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Re: Buffer overflow in the StringQuotedWord() function

From: Oliver Bandel
Subject: Re: Buffer overflow in the StringQuotedWord() function
Date: Fri, 23 Oct 2020 15:24:52 +0200
User-agent: NeoMutt/20180716

Quoting  William Bader <williambader@hotmail.com> (snt: 2020-10-23 06:19 +0200 
CEST) (rcv: 2020-10-23 06:20 +0200 CEST):
> >with test02 not.
> valgrind also didn't always catch one of them.


> >I could create a repo for lout at GitLab.
> If you make it, I can post my other big patch file as an issue.

I'm not familiar with the lout-sourcecode.
So it would make much more sense if you would set up such a repo and
maintain the code.

I would only make it, if nobody else would do it.
Maintaining a project without knowing the code is not the best idea.
It's just an emergency solution to have such a repo at all, so that
linux-distributions see some liveliness there, and the possibility to

Providing the code as tar.gz only, like here:
is just not interactive enough (aka too old style).

So some web around git (like GitLab or Github) looks like a necessity to
me these days.

Best solution: someone who knows the code and even has provided changes
would also take care of the whole code base.


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