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Re: 1.11.22 and MSVC

From: Sergei Antonov
Subject: Re: 1.11.22 and MSVC
Date: Wed, 26 Jul 2006 01:01:13 +0400

On 7/23/06, Mark D. Baushke <mdb@gnu.org> wrote:

> BUG #1
> line
>     free (cvs_password);
> in src/login.c
> and line
>  free (password);
> in src/client.c
> both free the same buffer, so, when the "login" command is being executed,
> "free (cvs_password);" tries to free an already freed pointer. Debug runtime
> checks in MSVC catch this.

Hmmm... on the other hand, there are other code paths that need the
password returned by get_cvs_password to be freed. See the patch below.
I don't have time to test this right now, so if you could rerun your
test to see if it works, that would be great.

Your patch fixes the problem. Thank you.

> BUG #3
> All .dsw and .dsp files must have \r\n line ends instead of \n line ends.
> Without that Visual Studio doesn't open them.

They probably started life this way and had the line endings changed by
checkout from a UNIX box because the files are not -kb in nature. If you
checkout a copy of the cvs1-11-x-branch directly, I suspect things
should work.

I forgot to write that had got my sources from cvs-1.11.22.tar.bz2.
.dsp/.dsw files there have UNIX line endings, so MSVC doesn't open them :(.

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