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Global FNAME PREFIX #846

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drwetter opened this Issue Oct 8, 2017 · 0 comments

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drwetter commented Oct 8, 2017

For pentest or other scenarios it's sometimes useful to have an indicator from which tool generated files come from.

A file prefix would come in handy, so that e.g. ./testssl.sh --csv --html --log <TARGET> would write files to e.g. testssl-<TARGET>-p443.<DATEFMT>.{csv,html.log}.

@drwetter drwetter added the feature label Oct 8, 2017

@drwetter drwetter closed this in e450eb3 Nov 14, 2017

drwetter added a commit that referenced this issue Nov 17, 2017

fix for filename output beginnng with .
There was an error in e450eb3
which addressed #846 which lead to the problem that an output filename
could start with a "." if no FNAME_PREFiX and if just --html, --csv
or --log or --json* was supplied.

This commit fixes the problem.
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