The Bazel plugin for Intellij products uses com.intellij.util.execution.ParametersListUtil to get the command line in order to show an executed command in a terminal. The command is defined in the Java code as the following:
return String.format("attr(\\\"tags\\\", \\\"^((?!manual).)*$\\\", %s)", targets);
So I wish to get "tags" in escaped quotas: \"tags\".
And the log message is formed as the following:
String logMessage =
"Command: " + ParametersListUtil.join(command) + SystemProperties.getLineSeparator();
But it looks like the ParameterListUtil class adds extra slashes when it is joining commands and a user sees the following log message:
Command: bazel query --tool_tag=ijwb:CLion --output=label_kind --keep_going "attr(\\"tags\\", \\"^((?!manual).)*$\\", //demos/...:all + //lib/...:all + //mkl/...:all + //test/...:all)" --
But the command exactly has NOT this double slashes attr(\\"tags\\" , it has only one slash: attr(\"tags\" and if I just copy the command into the terminal and run it, an error will be generated.
I use the version of the API that is shipped with Clion EAP 193.5096.27. I'm absolutely newbie in Idea plugin development and I have no idea whether this extra-escaping in console output is a best practice. As a user I definitely wish to see the command that will be exactly executed.
Should I use com.intellij.util.execution.ParametersListUtil to form an output message or it is better just to replace it with String.join(" ", command)?