|author||Dmitry V. Levin <firstname.lastname@example.org>||Thu Feb 18 00:08:30 2016 +0000|
|committer||Dmitry V. Levin <email@example.com>||Fri Feb 19 01:44:33 2016 +0000|
Fix corner cases of rt_sigpending syscall decoder * signal (print_sigset_addr_len_limit): New function, cloned from print_sigset_addr_len with added minimal length argument. Treat length less than minimal length or greater than NSIG/8 as invalid. Do not align length to 4-byte boundary. Align destination buffer to 4-byte boundary and initialize it with zeroes so that subsequent call to sprintsigmask_n will not access uninitialized data. (print_sigset_addr_len): Turn into a wrapper around print_sigset_addr_len_limit with current_wordsize as a minimal length argument. (SYS_FUNC(rt_sigpending)): Call print_sigset_addr_len_limit instead of print_sigset_addr_len with 1 as a minimal length argument. * tests/rt_sigpending.c: New file. * tests/rt_sigpending.test: New test. * tests/.gitignore: Add rt_sigpending. * tests/Makefile.am (check_PROGRAMS): Likewise. (TESTS): Add rt_sigpending.test.
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