literalinclude directive does not support file paths with spaces

gfxmonk avatargfxmonk created an issue

I want to use the literalinclude directive on a path containing a space. I assumed there was some way to escape spaces in order to pass them into .rst directives, but I tried surrounding the path in double-quotes and escaping with a backslash, and in both cases I got:

ERROR: Error in "literalinclude" directive:
maximum 1 argument(s) allowed, 2 supplied.

I've tried setting

final_argument_whitespace = True

in the LiteralInclude class (actually overriding this in my conf.py), and it works fine. Since there's only 1 argument to the directive, this seems reasonable to me...

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