Op 07-03-18 om 06:26 schreef Herbert Xu:
> Martijn Dekker <mart...@inlv.org> wrote:
>>
>>> Since base is always a constant 0 or a constant 10, never a
>>> user-provided value, the only error that strtoimax will ever report on
>>> glibc systems is ERANGE. Checking only ERANGE therefore preserves the
>>> glibc behaviour, and allows the exact same set of errors to be detected
>>> on non-glibc systems.
>>
>> That makes sense, thanks.
> 
> Could you resend your patch with this change please?

OK, see below.

- M.

diff --git a/src/mystring.c b/src/mystring.c
index 0106bd2..de624b8 100644
--- a/src/mystring.c
+++ b/src/mystring.c
@@ -125,7 +125,7 @@ intmax_t atomax(const char *s, int base)
        errno = 0;
        r = strtoimax(s, &p, base);

-       if (errno != 0)
+       if (errno == ERANGE)
                badnum(s);

        /*

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