3.5.5: please review nasty API change in wireless extensions

Stefan Winter swinter at kde.org
Fri Sep 29 17:11:45 BST 2006


> Looks sane, but is wrq.u.essid.pointer always guaranteed to be
> IW_ESSID_MAX_SIZE + 1 or more?

yes. It comes directly from the bowels of the wireless extensions, buffers are 
created in the right size there.
I just commited the patch to get it into the release. Thanks for looking into 


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