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Re: patch: under Windows, cvs status reports "memory exhausted"


From: Derek Robert Price
Subject: Re: patch: under Windows, cvs status reports "memory exhausted"
Date: Thu, 25 Mar 2004 21:45:17 -0500
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Chris Bohn wrote:

> Ignore my very last comments about xrealloc_and_strcat not needing
> newsize.  I wasn't thinking; it does need it for the while loop that
> is in the cvs 1.12.6 version of expand_string.


I think I solved this.  It had to do with how realloc &x2realloc liked
their NULL pointers.  I ended up changing an initialization in client.c
to NULL and tweaking xstrcat_and_allocate to deal happily with a NULL
destination string.

Go ahead and check out the trunk if you'd like to try it now.  The fix
will be in 1.12.7.

Derek

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