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We have a code that takes "-host <host>" as command-line arguments, and when run via orterun they are getting replaced with "-rawmap 1 <host>". I would have expected orterun to stop parsing its own options after seeing the executable name.
Here's a simple reproducer:
$ cat myprogram.sh
$ ./myprogram.sh a b -host c
a b -host c
$ orterun -n 1 ./myprogram.sh a b -host c
a b -rawmap 1 c
This seems like a bug to me, but maybe there is some other simple invocation that would make it work as expected. I tried adding a "--" argument before the executable name in hopes that it would stop argument processing at that point (similar to bash), but it had no effect.
Thanks for any help,