#541 -o option can silently overwrite an existing desktop file

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lxshortcut (8)
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2012-10-29
2012-10-29
Anonymous
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Run "lxshortcut -o foo.desktop", fill the fields and click on "OK" to create a new desktop file

Run "lxshortcut -o foo.desktop" again: a new blank UI is displayed and clicking on "OK" will silently overwrite the previous file

-> a warning should instead be displayed: "There is already a file named foo.desktop, do you want to overwrite it ?"

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    Anonymous - 2012-10-29
    • summary: -o option silently overwrites existing files --> -o option silently overwrites existin desktop file
     
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    • summary: -o option silently overwrites existin desktop file --> -o option can silently overwrite an existing desktop file
     

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