Date:        Sat, 4 Aug 2018 04:24:01 +0200
    From:        Kamil Rytarowski <>
    Message-ID:  <>

  | I haven't changed any optimization or similar flags for the builds.

Then why did the ssh example start giving "perhaps used uninit" warnings
when it had not before?    Something changed.

  | Freshly crashed pmax kernel due to integer overflow is a kernel (or
  | virtualization) bug, but it's also a definition of UB, that it can crash
  | the computer.

I don't know the circumstances of that one, but sure, overflow can cause
all kinds of problems, and if it actually occurs, almost anything is possible,
depending upon just what the code is doing.   I'm not sure what your point
is here, no-one is suggesting that real bugs not get fixed.

  | The dhcpcd one was fixed first in upstream dhcpcd before landing it to src/.

"fixed" is the wrong word, as there neither is, nor ever was, any bug there
to "fix".   You apparently silenced a bogus sanitiser induced warning.   That
is not a "fix".


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