Re: [patch 4/7] [PATCH] ctcm: make ctcmpc debugging compilable

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> From: "David Laight" <David.Laight@xxxxxxxxxx>
> To: <frank.blaschka@xxxxxxxxxx>, <davem@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
> Cc: <netdev@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>, <linux-s390@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>,
>  <ursula.braun@xxxxxxxxxx> 
> Date: 07/03/2012 13:20
> Subject: RE: [patch 4/7] [PATCH] ctcm: make ctcmpc debugging compilable
> What is wrong with:
>                  char addr[24];
>                  snprintf(addr, sizeof addr, "%p", rptr);
> There seemed to be other 'dangerous' unbounded string
> operations in that code as well.
>                  David


nothing is wrong with your proposal to make use of %p here. Quite the
contrary - it improves the ctcmpc-code. I will keep your proposal in my
mind for a future follow-on ctcmpc-patch. Thanks!

My patch targets compilability of ctcmpc debugging code only.


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