currently the man-page for strlcpy(3) and strlcat(3) calls
the third argument for those functions "dstsize" whereas the
C source code calls it "dsize". This patch addresses this issue
by renaming it to "dsize" to keep coherency between the man-page
and the source code.
I consider the name "null" for a goto section as too misleading.
I would prefer something like "nokey" or "skipkey".
On Thu, Feb 25, 2021 at 07:40:01PM +, Mark Lumsden wrote:
> I was testing mg's goto-line function via the minibuffer (M-
On 1/16/21 8:00 AM, Anton Lindqvist wrote:
The usb_init_task(9) macro accepts a `struct usb_task'.
If it's macro, is it even correct to show the types it accepts in it's
"prototype"? Other parts of the documentation (kqueue(2) EV_SET for
example) leave all types out.
It can overflow! Please check for the positivity and width of size_t before!
On 11/28/20 11:20 PM, Theo Buehler wrote:
/usr/src/usr.sbin/ldapd/util.c:46:21: warning: comparison of integers of
'int' and 'size_t' (aka 'unsigned long') [-Wsign-compare]
I think "ease of compatibility" was meant I personally would keep it
that way but thanks for the nice catch!
On 11/27/20 11:44 AM, Eddie Thieda wrote:
Here's a small typo fix, url included if text gets mangled.
--- nsd.conf.5.in Tue Oct 13 06:06:08
The HTTP/1.1 specification says that we MUST implement HTTP/0.9 which we
don't do. We also fail to provide the correct error message if we
receive such a request. Here is a patch which will return a 505 error
instead of a 400 error if we receive no HTTP version which is the
indicator that this
The man page of acpidump(8) says that "kern.allowkmem" must be set to
some value in order for the program to work properly. However it does
not define to what value it must be set. I am not certainly sure if
there are other options between 0 and 1 but if so the man page should be
Currently it isn't mentioned that a socket is required when using
EVFILT_EXCEPT with NOTE_OOB. To some experienced users it might be clear
that it must be a socket but I don't think an additional word would hurt
>> On Mon, 3 Aug 2020 13:28:38 +0200
>> Emil Engler :
>>> ## Abstract
>>> This patch adds an argument to sysupgrade(8) which makes it possible
>>> to check if an upgrade is available, similar to "syspatch -c".
>>> This w
This patch adds an argument to sysupgrade(8) which makes it possible
to check if an upgrade is available, similar to "syspatch -c".
This works both, for snapshots and releases.
Add "-c" to sysupgrade.
If the script exits with a zero, an upgrade is available. If it fails
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