You've already commented the silent failure mode, so it's not that hard
to find.

As for 'is it problem?', why do you think I pointed these things out?
Perhaps you have good reasons to do things in an unusual way, but in
the absence of comments to explain them I infer that you either don't
know or have arbitrarily rejected conventional approaches.  Which you
seem to confirm by saying:

> I will NEVER use str* functions from libc in my code.

I'm ending this conversation here; ultimately it's for prospective
sponsors to decide whether it is a good idea to introduce this program
into Debian in its current shape.


Ben Hutchings
The two most common things in the universe are hydrogen and stupidity.

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