nasty won't respect -f outfile on resume

Bug #1301162 reported by Bib on 2014-04-02
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Bug Description

(nasty package 0.6-2)

When nasty -f OUT is resumed (with simple "nasty" command without parameters, the original being gathered from nasty.state) after Ctrl+C, it won't respect the -f directive:

~$ nasty -a 1 -b 8 -m incremental -f OUT -c .
nasty v0.6, (C) 2005 by <email address hidden>

# tried: 186 (62.000000 per second), last tried: ...
# tried: 456 (76.000000 per second), last tried: ...
^C
State saved to 'nasty.state'
~$ nasty
nasty v0.6, (C) 2005 by <email address hidden>

Using state from previous run
# tried: 878 (292.666667 per second), last tried: ...
# tried: 17441 (95.306011 per second), last tried: ...
Passphrase is: C00

~$ cat OUT
cat: OUT: No such file or folder

nasty.state confirms, no outfile path/name:
cat nasty.state
# Do not edit this file (unless you're really sure what you're doing)!

mode=2
cur=3F02
charset=0020212223...
min_length=10
max_length=11
n_done=253

Bib (bybeu) on 2014-04-02
information type: Private Security → Public
description: updated
description: updated
Bib (bybeu) on 2014-04-02
description: updated
Bib (bybeu) on 2014-04-02
description: updated
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