Synchronously create a child process and optionally capture its output.
static spawnSync(filename: string, args: string, options?: IExecutableSpawnSyncOptions): child_process.SpawnSyncReturns<string>;
||The name of the executable file. This string must not contain any command-line arguments. If the name contains any path delimiters, then the shell’s default PATH will not be searched.|
||The command-line arguments to be passed to the process.|
the same data type as returned by the NodeJS child_process.spawnSync() API
This function is similar to child_process.spawnSync(). The main differences are:
- It does not invoke the OS shell unless the executable file is a shell script. - Command-line arguments containing special characters are more accurately passed through to the child process. - If the filename is missing a path, then the shell’s default PATH will be searched. - If the filename is missing a file extension, then Windows default file extensions will be searched.