[PATCH] rtems-fdt / shell - Fix string truncation warning
joel at rtems.org
Thu Oct 15 20:24:32 UTC 2020
On Thu, Oct 15, 2020 at 2:13 PM Chris Johns <chrisj at rtems.org> wrote:
> On 15/10/20 10:27 pm, Frank Kuehndel wrote:
> > From: Frank Kühndel <frank.kuehndel at embedded-brains.de>
> > The compiler warning was:
> > ../../../cpukit/libmisc/rtems-fdt/rtems-fdt.c:267:5: warning:
> > 'strncpy' specified bound depends on the length of the source argument
> > 267 | strncpy(path, name, namelen);
> > | ^~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
> > It turns out that the `strncpy()` nor the buffer `path` is needed when
> > one uses `strncmp()` instead of `strcmp()`. This needs some change to
> > the algorithm but has the advantage that `name` is never truncated
> > to the size of the buffer `path`.
> > Note:
> > rtems-fdt.c, rtems-fdt-shell.c and cpukit/include/rtems/rtems-fdt.h
> > seem to be dead code.
> We cannot tell this is as a user may depend on it. With this command I know
> users on Zynq platforms that use FDT to map PL logic to drivers. The
> command is
> very much in use and is used as a PS to PL testing method.
> > They implement a shell command `fdt` but that
> > command is not part of the shell nor of any macro in
> > cpukit/include/rtems/shellconfig.h.
> It have been missed and needs be added. Adding something in shellconfig.h
> be a help.
Does that mean it also is not in the Shell manual?
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