I'm trying to execute a PHP script on Windows through php.exe, while passing parameters to the script. Everywhere I look, it says it should work like this:
php -f "path\to\my\script.php" -- -t 10 -i 5
The -t 10 -i 5 should be passed to script.php, where I can access them through $argv. When I type this in on the command line, everything runs as expected. When I paste the very same line in a .cmd file, the part after script.php gets treated as a seperate command. (and yes, it is a single line in the batch file)
C:\>php -f "path\to\my\script.php" -- -t 10 -i 5 <<<output of the php script as expected>>> C:\>mybatch.cmd C:\>php -f "path\to\my\script.php" <<<output of the php script not receiving the parameters>>> C:\>-- -t 10 -i 5 '--' is not recognized as an internal or external command, operable program or batch file.
I first thought it might be a problem with the --, but even if I leave out the -- (basically passing the other parameters to php.exe instead of to the script), the same problem occurs.
Any ideas on why this is happening?