Wine VM86 exception handling bug?
pancha at mail.nnov.ru
Mon Jun 5 06:31:28 CDT 2006
I believe it is better to store binaries as arrays and use temporary
files than drop many small .com binaries all over the code tree (for now
I have 3 test programs about 30 bytes each). It is possible to
comment/disassemble test cases instruction by instruction, if needed.
Also, not everyone can use git, and I believe diff/patch would fail to
produce patchable diffs with binary files in them.
Mike Hearn wrote:
> On 6/5/06, Dmitry Timoshkov <dmitry at codeweavers.com> wrote:
>> > I'd rather we got out of the habit of doing this seeing as I think
>> git can
>> > deal with binaries better than cvs can.
>> There is no point in storing the binaries in the *source* tree, besides
>> tiny .com file which shows the bug shouldn't take more than 100 bytes
>> of an array in the .c file.
> Sure it might be small, but it's still a binary no matter how we store
> it. It's not more useful as an array than as a true binary file on
> disk. Why obfuscate and expand it by embedding it into a text file?
> thanks -mike
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