[SDL] SDL_Quit segfaulting

Ti Leggett leggett at eecs.tulane.edu
Sat Aug 18 21:36:01 PDT 2001


On Tuesday 07 August 2001 21:16, Ryan C. Gordon wrote:
> > No there isn't. If it can't allocate memory, it goes on to the next
> > entry in the mount table (which is, according to "man setmntent")
> > stored in a preallocated, static buffer. If at that moment, there is
> > miraculously 10 bytes of memory available to allocate a string like
> > "/dev/cdrom", then processing continues, otherwise, you'll iterate
> > through the entire mount table without processing anything, and
> > continue on.
>
> Oh my lord, what was I thinking when I sent this? My apologies for my
> awful grammar; run that through your ZeroWing filter if any of it
> doesn't make sense.

Don't worry; I don't think anyone got seriously injured! ;-)


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