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[Bug 254229] gcore produces incorrect elf_prpsinfo note data



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Summary: gcore produces incorrect elf_prpsinfo note data


https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=254229


jan kratochvil redhat com changed:

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------- Additional Comments From jan kratochvil redhat com  2008-07-28 17:31 EST -------
Created an attachment (id=312823)
 --> (https://bugzilla.redhat.com/attachment.cgi?id=312823&action=view)
Rawhide (=Fedora 9) patch, v3.

Did some update I would like there.
Unfortunately I have some problems with RHTS (partially with YUM) now so it
still has not been verifified as regression-free.

Always use xfree(), not free().
GNU indentation: func() -> func ().
Always use NULL-protected allocations: xmalloc/xzalloc/...
Empty line between declarations and code.
/* Two spaces after each sentence dot.	Like here.  */
`return val;' (with any cleanups) is preceded by an empty line.
(Not fixed.) GDB and I believe all the GNU programs limit the line length to 80

  characters; some GDB code violates it, though.
Write complete sentences in the comments.
(Not fixed.)  `#if ...\n#define ...'should be indented `#if ...\n# define ...'.

Function parameters should be aligned behind '(' (at `sscanf').


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