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BUG: avastcmd -t <filename.rar> scans all files in dir
« on: February 25, 2006, 05:10:14 PM »
Hi, I wantet to scan a rar archive so I typed

avastcmd -t filenameofrararchive.rar

And it started to scan all files, atleast all .rar files in that directory
If I do:

avastcmd -t=A filenameofrararchive.rar
avastcmd -t=R filenameofrararchive.rar

It does work as supposed.


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Re: BUG: avastcmd -t <filename.rar> scans all files in dir
« Reply #1 on: February 25, 2006, 09:13:05 PM »
So, what is the -t switch supposed to mean? According to the specs, the right syntax is -t=<something>. So if you omit the =<something> part, the result is more or less undefined...

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