[dlls/msi/*] Strncpy elimination.
Peter Berg Larsen
pebl at math.ku.dk
Mon Mar 28 12:30:33 CST 2005
On 28 Mar 2005, Alexandre Julliard wrote:
> > This memcpyies one element more than needed.. but seemed much nicer than
> > memcpy( ret, p, (len - 1)*sizeof(WHCAR);
> > I probably should have subtracted one from len, making it obvious
> > that this is a strdupW, like:
> > ret = HeapAlloc( GetProcessHeap(), 0, (len+1)*sizeof(WCHAR) );
> > memcpy( ret, p, len*sizeof(WCHAR) );
> > ret[len] = 0;
> If it's really a strdup it's cleaner to copy one more char and get rid
> of the ret[len] = 0.
Yes, and I would have done that, but in this case p is not \0 terminated.
I probably left it like that because I didnt understand why it copied one
byte to much in the strncpy case.
That is exactly the reason for sending the patches one dll at the time:
For authers/maintainers have a quick look at the replaces code. As I said
in the in the beginning; if there was a bug, then it still there (but
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