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RE: cvs rdiff -t consistently crashes with SEGV when processing files


From: James Cribb
Subject: RE: cvs rdiff -t consistently crashes with SEGV when processing files
Date: Thu, 27 Mar 2003 14:36:28 +1100

| From: Larry Jones [mailto:address@hidden 
| Sent: Thursday, 27 March 2003 14:25
| To: James Cribb
| Cc: Mark D. Baushke; address@hidden
| Subject: Re: cvs rdiff -t consistently crashes with SEGV when
processing files
| 
| James Cribb writes:
| > 
| > I just built cvs-1.11.5.tar.bz2 from cvshome.org
| > and it too crashes with SEGV on the same command in the script.
| 
| I just ran it under Purify and it found a read of uninitialized
memory,
| which could certainly explain the SEGV.  The current cvs1-11-x-branch
| development version doesn't show the error, which is consistent with
| Mark's report that it doesn't crash.  So, the problem would 
| appear to be fixed.

With Mark's help, I have now verified that the development
cvs1.11.x-branch (1.11.5.1) and the HEAD (?) branch (1.12.0.1) do not
have the error.

Thanks for your help, guys.


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