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Re: gcc 2.95.3-5 (NT4) STATUS_ACCESS_VIOLATION in case of a specific filename
On Thu, Jun 20, 2002 at 02:08:55PM +0200, Zsolt Kegyes-Brassai (ETH) wrote:
>I get a segmentation fault message (STATUS_ACCESS_VIOLATION) when I am
>using the following type of filename: LIN_TTR.31032002212303.0037
>But it's working well when I inserted an extra character before first
>dot in the filename: LIN1_TTR.31032002212303.0037
I didn't look too closely into this but you can't do this:
outfile_path = strcat(strdup(argv), ".hex");
strdup only allocates enough space to hold a copy of argv. That
statement, at least stands a good chance of producing a SEGV.
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