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Re: [vox-tech] another glibc bug?

On Wed 07 May 03,  2:52 PM, Charles Polisher <cpolish@attbi.com> opined:
> Glibc 2.2.5 with gcc 3.2.2 looks alright:
>   $ gcc -W -Wall try.c
>   $ ./a.out
>   I requested 1 bytes.
>   p was allocated 12 bytes.
>   $ gcc -W -Wall try.c -lmcheck
>   $ ./a.out
>   I requested 1 bytes.
>   p was allocated 0 bytes.
>   $ 
> One wouldn't generally call malloc with 0 or 1 bytes,
> this is just testing a 'corner' case, right?

thanks, chuck.

yeah, it was.  it failed in "real code" so i wrote a bunch of test codes
to see just how broken it was.


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