On 7/8/15, O'Connor, Daniel <dar...@dons.net.au> wrote:
>> On 8 Jul 2015, at 08:11, Garrett Wollman <woll...@hergotha.csail.mit.edu>
>> Perhaps the test was (erroneously) written to assume that
>> gettimeofday() was a system call, and could therefore detect invalid
>> pointers and return [EFAULT]. This has not been the case for some
>> time. (In HEAD, not since r237434, which is three years ago.)
> In defence of the test, the man page says it can return EFAULT.
That's fine, but why changed the behaviour since 2015. May 27.? I have
an older FreeBSD/HardenedBSD install, where this test passing. See
some previous email in this thread.
> (IMO the man page and test should change..)
> Daniel O'Connor
> "The nice thing about standards is that there
> are so many of them to choose from."
> -- Andrew Tanenbaum
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