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Volker Lendecke wrote:
> On Thu, Apr 24, 2008 at 05:51:13PM -0700, Steven Danneman wrote:
>> That's a good suggestion for even better performance. Attached is an
>> updated patch using talloc_asprintf_append_buffer(). I'm wasn't
>> positive from the API description that the returned string will be NULL
>> terminated, but in all my tests it seems to be. Is this a correct
>> assumption?

>
> Yep. Down below it calls vsnprintf somewhere, that
> terminates. I'd check in your patch, but I'd like Jerry to
> take a look and comment first.


Looks good to me (reading through) Have not tested if but
in theory I can follow the logic and it seems sound. I'm in
the ATL airport right now and don't really want to burn
battery booting VMs for testing. But I can deal with this
on Monday if you like. Or if Volker or someone else has
already tested it, I'm happy if they wanna check it into
the v3-3-test branch.





cheers, jerry
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