Date:        Wed, 6 May 2020 07:30:17 +0200
    From:        Kamil Rytarowski <>
    Message-ID:  <>

  | I reverted my fix

It wasn't a fix, it simply made the problem go away, incorrectly.

If you want you can just delete the relevant lines (the ones you changed).
I've been running like that now since we started talking about this, and
everything appears fine.   You can put an  "OK kre" on the commit if you
do that.

I believe more changes are (or might be) needed - but that will correct
the buffer overflow problem, without breaking anything that will be visible
(and perhaps, nothing at all, I am still not certain).

  | from Match with a promise to see a better fix by kre@
  | but it never happened.

Yes, I got a bit side tracked with other issues, but this one is not
forgotten, just temporarily pushed down the stack a little.   It was
back near the top of the stack again, even before this small exchange
of messages.


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