On Thu, May 23, 2013 at 02:27:59PM -0700, Junio C Hamano wrote:
> "Michael S. Tsirkin" <m...@redhat.com> writes:
> >> Is $author already sanitized at this point in the code? I see it
> >> was unwrapped with unquote_rfc2047 after it was read from the From:
> >> line; will it always be the same as sanitize_address($author) would
> >> return, and if not, would you rather compare between sanitized
> >> versions of sender and author, no?
> > Yes. I'll have to look at the code more closely.
> > In my testing author here is "Michael S. Tsirkin" <m...@redhat.com>
> > so it matches the sanitized sender.
> > Of course that's because my name does not have non-ascii,
> > just a dot.
> So the conclusion is that the logic to see if the names are the same
> needs a bit more work than what was posted, I think?
I think so. And a bit more testing with non-ASCII.
Plan to look into this around Sunday if no one beats me
> >> Also, isn't the $sender the same during the whole outer loop that
> >> iterates over @files? Do we need to apply sanitize_address() on it
> >> over and over for each and every logical line in the @header?
> >> This comment also applies to the other patch but they probably
> >> should become a single patch anyway, I guess?
> > OK so now you are ok with this last bit, right?
> Sorry, but I am not sure what you are asking.
> Do I think the assignment to $sanitized_sender can and should be
> done just once, not once per file, if the code inspection tells us
> that $sender is a constant inside the foreach (@files) loop?
> Do I think these two are solving pretty much the same thing and is
> better to be done in a single patch?
> I didn't really think them through when I responded, but now after
> you made me think, I would say the answers to both of them are yes.
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