stack overflow bug in ofstream::operator<<
Thu Jun 30 12:35:00 GMT 2005
On Jun 30 13:21, Dave Korn wrote:
> Isn't (_tlsbase - stacksize) just going to be the same thing as _tlsstop?
No, tlstop is the start address of the commited stack area (IIUC).
I don't see that there's a pointer to the start address of the
reserved stack area elsewhere.
> We have pointers to both ends of the stack in there, don't we? Have I
> misunderstood the meaning of StackBase/StackLimit?
> > and then something similar to what you proposed in writev:
> > Does that sound feasable?
> Looks good to me, but I'm still curious why we can't get the *actual*
> stack limits rather than trying to deduce them from the initially-allocated
If you tell me from where to get this information I'm happy to use it.
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