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SubjectRe: 2.6.17-mm2
Andrew Morton wrote:
> This is caused by the vsprintf() changes. Right now, if you do
> snprintf(buf, 4, "1111111111111");
> the memory at `buf' gets [31 31 31 31 00], which is not good.
> This'll plug it, but I didn't check very hard whether it still has any
> off-by-ones, or if breaks the intent of Jeremy's patch. I think it's OK..
Damn. This patch doesn't look right; the intent is that 'end' point to
just beyond the formatted string. I'm pretty sure I tested this, since
its the most obvious test. Clearly not enough. I'll look into it.


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