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Re: Buffer overflow in the StringQuotedWord() function

From: Matěj Cepl
Subject: Re: Buffer overflow in the StringQuotedWord() function
Date: Thu, 22 Oct 2020 12:28:59 +0200
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Reinoud Zandijk píše v Čt 22. 10. 2020 v 10:54 +0200:
> On Wed, Oct 21, 2020 at 03:37:15AM +0000, William Bader wrote:
> A shared repository would be handy indeed. If don't know if 
> github is a good idea since it can frament a lot but it needs 
> a maintainer/shared git account so it doesn't get lost.

Fear of fragmentation is largely exaggerated: if there is one 
obvious central repository (e.g., 
https://github.com/jeffrey-kingston/lout or 
https://github.com/lout/lout) with somebody really taking care 
of it (so pull requests are reviewed and merged in the 
reasonable amount of time), then I don’t see much temptation to 
fragment the project. And it is certainly easier with the GitHub 
tools to follow all forks from one project, then to search for 
random SVN repos all over the Internet.

And yes, I would prefer gitlab.com, but that’s immaterial for 
this argument.



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