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SubjectRe: [PATCH] various minor cleanups against 2.4.13-pre3 - comments requested
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On Tue, 2001-10-16 at 15:37, Jesper Juhl wrote:
> init/main.c : parse_options()
> The check that adds "line" to either "envp_init" or "argv_init"
> checks to see if the buffers are full and break;s the while() loop
> if _either_ buffer is full - it should use continue; so both buffers can
> get a chance to fill up. Robert M. Love should get credit for finding
> this one, I found it by looking at an old patch of his, and I just checked
> to see if it was still there and read the code to see if it was correct.

Thanks for running with this.

Now, for the love of all things holy, can _someone_ either tell me what
is wrong with this patch or merge it already? I originally wrote this
for 2.2!

It seems clear to me that we lose either the environment vars or
command-line args when the other one fills up...

Robert Love

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