Earl Hood wrote:
BTW, I'm working on removing all uses of mktemp from the code
and trying to clean-up annoying warnings from gcc when compiling
Ah, good. I had a bit of a go at that a while ago but ran aground
on some of the less trivial bits.
Hopefully, I do not break anything. I'll try things it out for awhile
to see if anything breaks, but I do not use all the features of nmh,
so some changes will not really get tested. I've taken the approach
of creating new functions that use mkstemp() and replacing all calles
to m_scratch() and m_tmpfil() with the new functions.
I'm unsure what the policy is for how stable the trunk is supposed
to be, so I hesitant to check in what I have done.
Well, the trunk shouldn't be deliberately broken, but we don't
have a "policy" as such :-) Send the diffs to the mailing list
(particularly useful since this is a security-related change)
and if nobody yells about them you can commit, I guess.
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