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Re: [PATCH] Fix overflow of -b switch


On 11/7/06, Bernd Schmidt <bernds_cb1@t-online.de> wrote:
Jie Zhang wrote:
> process_command () scans command line twice. The first time it just
> counts how many switches. Then the switches vector is created
> according to the count. The second time it copies the text of each
> switch and stores a pointer to the copy in the vector of switches.
> Currently, the first scan does not count -b if its argument has no
> dash. So the switches vector has no enough space for all switches and
> is overflowed when the second scan tries to store the pointers.

>       * gcc.c (process_command): Treat -b as normal switch if its argument
>       has no dash.

Ok if regtest successful.

Thanks. Checked in on 4.1 and 4.2 branches and trunk.

Jie


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