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2088SEGV in msg_may_trunc()

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  • Pawel S. Veselov
    Dec 21 8:39 AM

      VIM (6.3.85p0) on openBSD 3.8, built from /usr/ports.

      in message.c there is a probable SEGV in msg_may_trunc() function.
      If multibyte string is passed in, and the size of the string in characters
      is less than room, but size in bytes is more than room, the (s-1) address
      is then written to, as (n) becomes -1.

      The attached patch should help. Should work on 6.4 as well.

      What I still don't understand is how it is OK to replace some position
      in asciiz string with '>'. Does anything guarantee that the position the
      '>' is written to is not a part of a multibyte character ?


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