Content-Type: multipart/alternative; boundary="_fcf8ba60-a201-4e86-8c3a-5474800f10e2_" --_fcf8ba60-a201-4e86-8c3a-5474800f10e2_ Content-Type: text/plain; charset="windows-1256" Content-Transfer-Encoding: 8bit Hello, Here is a patch to change the behaviour of the newer and quiet options when copying files. Currently, when copying files to an existing directory, you get prompted to confirm the copy for every existing file even if newer or quiet is selected. This might not be expected by the user - there needs to be a way of forcing overwrites on a large number of existing files without prompting, and quiet would be assumed to do that. This patch changes the behaviour to: 1. If Newer is selected then only attempt to copy newer files over existing files; if quiet is NOT selected, still ask for confirmation before copy 2. If Quiet is selected, don't ask for any confirmation under any circumstances. This fixes the 'bug' reported in the user mail list: Copy options not working properly Kind Regards, Rod. --_fcf8ba60-a201-4e86-8c3a-5474800f10e2_ Content-Type: text/html; charset="windows-1256" Content-Transfer-Encoding: 8bit Hello,
Here is a patch to change the behaviour of the newer and quiet options when copying files. Currently, when copying files to an existing directory, you get prompted to confirm the copy for every existing
file even if newer or quiet is selected. This might not be expected by the user - there needs to be a way of forcing overwrites on a large number of existing files without prompting, and quiet would be
assumed to do that. This patch changes the behaviour to:

1. If Newer is selected then only attempt to copy newer files over existing files; if quiet is NOT selected, still ask for confirmation before copy
2. If Quiet is selected, don't ask for any confirmation under any circumstances.

This fixes the 'bug' reported in the user mail list: Copy options not working properly

Kind Regards,

Rod.

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