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IntroductionThis is the twenty second release of the Wine's kernel cousin publication. It's main goal is to distribute widely what's going on around Wine (the Un*x windows emulator). Because of Christmas holidays, there won't be any KC Wine next week.
Mailing List Stats For This Week
We looked at 109 posts in 386K.
There were 45 different contributors. 24 posted more than once. 23 posted last week too.
The top posters of the week were:
1. Buffers Handling
�Subject: "Buffers handling"
People: Andreas Mohr,�J�rgen Schmied,�,�Francois GougetFrancois Gouget had a hard time trying to fix (from crashes and also code re-reading) some potential buffer overflows, missing trailing '\0' on strings and strncpy vs lstrncpyA (the later always add a trailing '\0', whereas the former doesn't if the destination buffer is too small). Francois provided several patches for review, which J�rgen Schmied and Andreas Mohr commented. Francois also sent a tool to help tracking those issues (which has been added to the unofficial patches list).
2. Crypto APIs and US laws
�Archive Link: "Crypto APIs and US laws"
People: Shaun Morris,�Alexandre Julliard,�,�Chet MurphyShaun Morris had some concerns with implementing Windows cryptographic APIs:
Sharon And Joy
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