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RE: Signed int overflow behaviour in the security context
On 24 January 2007 12:51, Richard Kenner wrote:
>> Your conclusion may well be correct. The question for this group is:
>> what's the best that GCC can do to serve the community/society?
> Do all it can to discourage people from writing safety- or
> security-critical code in a language they don't understand? ;-)
You mean we should invoke the as-if rule in conjunction with the nasal
demons tradition and /actually/ erase the user's hard-drive at compile time if
they write a signed overflow....? ;)
Can't think of a witty .sigline today....