[Opendnssec-develop] string handling
jad at jadickinson.co.uk
Thu Apr 9 09:44:53 UTC 2009
On 9 Apr 2009, at 10:33, Jakob Schlyter wrote:
> On 9 apr 2009, at 11.27, Stephen.Morris at nominet.org.uk wrote:
>> If true, the things that concern me are:
>> a) The implementation differences between BSD and Solaris
>> b) The fact that these are not in the GNU C library.
>> (I'm not worried by the truncation argument. If you are using fixed-
>> length buffers as destinations, you should expect truncation. That
>> is a lesser evil than a buffer overflow.)
>> As the functions are so trivial, why not write our own (OpenDNSSEC-
>> versions and avoid any problems with them?
> I've seen the issues brough up by redhat, but still there is no
> better alternative.
> instead of writing our own stuff, I strongly suggest we use the
> compat functions provided as part of OpenSSH (and thus very widely
> used on may platforms).
> - http://anoncvs.mindrot.org/index.cgi/openssh/openbsd-compat/
> - http://anoncvs.mindrot.org/index.cgi/openssh/openbsd-compat/strlcpy.c?view=log
> - http://anoncvs.mindrot.org/index.cgi/openssh/openbsd-compat/strlcat.c?view=log
This is what NSD does. All the necessary code/configure.ac stuff is
written and we can just borrow it. Thanks Wouter :)
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