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Re: libc6 bug or stupid programmer

On Thu, 3 Jul 1997, Joey Hess wrote:

> The following segfaults under libc6, works fine under libc5:
> main() {
>   strtok("test","z");
> }
> Is this a bug in strtok or is that really an invalid way to call strtok?

Yes, "test" may be a constant string (in the code segment or read only
data segment). strtok requires that the string be non const. So what might
be happening is that it is attempting to write to the string and faulting.

Doubt that is your prob, but still ;>


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