On 13.06.2018 00:54, Robert Elz wrote: > Date: Tue, 12 Jun 2018 19:52:43 +0200 > From: Kamil Rytarowski <n54%gmx.com@localhost> > Message-ID: <90519caf-289c-b4d3-7ebc-d14d4efc9486%gmx.com@localhost> > > | I will try to meet the expectations in commit messages for *San fixes. > > That would be good (and not just those, unless the board required it, which > I doubt is likely, there's no need for the "Sponsored by" stuff almost > anywhere, maybe just in those monthly reports you send). > OK! I've got few more reports and I will keep iterating over them and fixing appropriately. The next one on my list is grep(1) as it affects every user: http://www.netbsd.org/~kamil/mksanitizer-reports/0003-grep-_obstack_begin.txt For the context, UBSan is still able to catch defined unsigned overflow issues (with an additional command line argument) as these operations are rather rarely used deliberately in C. It can catch violation of compiler specific features like passing NULL to a function with specified nonnull arguments.
Description: OpenPGP digital signature