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Passphrases with quote marks in them

Using from the command line, with PKE:
-privatekey=c:/my-private-file -passphrase=password" 

Note the passphrase has a quote mark in it. If I type this in manually at the command line, it works fine. If I try and pass it in as a parameter, it always fails with "Wrong passphrase".

I've tried wrapping it in alternative quotes:

and also escaping it:

and even double escaping it:

All give "Wrong passphrase". There's no documentation that I can see as to what to do in these circumstances, so I'd hazard a guess it's either a bug in the software, or if there is an escape character, there's a bug in docs whereby the escape character/mechanism isn't commented (should be:

p.s. - thanks for the great work!