On Fri, May 17, 2013 at 08:14:12AM +0200, Jakob Eriksson wrote:
> Yes, the FAQ should definitely elaborate on that, since people are
Yes, Jakob, I'll add some explanation. Roughly along the line what I
wrote in the mail. Should make things a little clearer.
> used to that interpreted languages can not induce segfaults on their
> own. Also explain perhaps that the interpreter could check all C calls
> against a white list, but it would take a lot of time
True. And a white list would be tedious to maintain, as low-level
functions may be added at runtime with dynamic loading.