Re: hypermail core dump - buffer overflow

From: David D. Kilzer <>
Date: Tue, 26 Jan 1999 14:47:26 -0600
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>> On Monday, January 25, 1999 3:04 PM, Daniel Stenberg wrote:
>> > I still wait for Kent's promised beta 4, as he stopped all my
>> > development well over a month ago now and still there is no sound
>> > from him.

>On Mon, 25 Jan 1999, Tom von Alten wrote:
>> I'd like to see the project go forward in an organized way (i.e. "no
>> fork"), but I'm concerned about the lack of progress also. I've simply set
>> aside all my activity on it, and it'll take some overhead to get back up to
>> speed after several months of inaction.

On Mon, 25 Jan 1999, William F. Maton <> wrote:
>Well, maybe it is time to just put up a CVS server, check in the hypermail
>source, give write access to a few 'blessed' and capable people, and let
>the masses at least try the progressive code. That's certainly one way,
>and it has been pretty successful for very large projects as well as small

I believe Kent's plan was to set up a CVS server, but he hadn't gotten around to it yet. I *assume* more personal or work-related matters came up, or he would have 2.0b4 released or a CVS server set up.


David D. Kilzer            \   ``What we hope ever to do with ease,
Software Designer          /      we must learn first to do with 
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Received on Tue 26 Jan 1999 10:52:16 PM GMT

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