vmbuilder erases current directory with option '-o -d .'
Adding option '-o -d $(pwd)' to the 'vmbuilder' command line results in the current directory and its contents being completely erased; after a while the scripts fails anyway because `getcwd()` reports error.
This is a dangerous thing to do: 'vmbuilder' should explicitly refuse check that the argument to '-d' is *not* the current directory and refuse to start otherwise.
Also, I think that it should be better explained what the argument to '-d' is expected to be, and what is the combined effect of '-o' and '-d'.
|Changed in vm-builder (Ubuntu):|
|status:||New → Triaged|
|importance:||Undecided → Medium|
|Riccardo Murri (rmurri) wrote : Re: [Bug 1080744] Re: vmbuilder erases current directory with option '-o -d .'||#3|