cabinet: FCICreate: initialize oldCCAB

Dan Kegel dank at
Sun Nov 4 08:26:06 CST 2007

[me not being lazy, part 2 of 2]

The cabinet code is a bit twisty, but from what I can gather,
FCICreate takes a CCAB from the user, and if during
FCIAddFile it finds the cabfile is getting too big,
it saves the old CCAB and creates a new one.
FCIFlushCabinet checks some fields of
the old CCAB to see if they're zero or not.
Problem is, the old CCAB was left uninitialized
until that first overflow.  Although I don't understand the
twisty code, initializing the old CCAB to zero in FCICreate feels right.

Found via this valgrind warning:
Conditional jump or move depends on uninitialised value(s)
    at 0x4605882: fci_flush_folder (fci.c:497)
    by 0x4606CC1: fci_flush_cabinet (fci.c:1540)
    by 0x460873F: FCIFlushCabinet (fci.c:2790)
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