Duy Nguyen <pclo...@gmail.com> writes:
>>> - }
>>> + if (old->path && old->name &&
>>> + !file_exists(git_path("%s", old->path)) &&
>>> + file_exists(git_path("logs/%s", old->path)))
>>> + remove_path(git_path("logs/%s", old->path));
>> Hmph. Is this conversion safe?
>> This adds three uses of the round-robin path buffer; if a caller of
>> this function used two or more path buffers obtained from
>> get_pathname() and expected their contents to remain stable across
>> the call to this, it will silently break.
> three round-robin buffers but not all required at the same time, once
> the first file_exists() returns the first round-robin buffer could be
> free, and remove_path() calls git_path again, not reusing the result
> from the second file_exists, so the second buffer is free to go too.
I know these three callers to git_path() will not step on each
other's toes. But that is not the question I asked.
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