Bug in EraseUnprotectedAddress

  • Dave Craggs

    Dave Craggs - 2006-03-23

    HI - anyone still here?

    I have spotted something in EraseUprotectedAddress in RWTn3270StreamParser. The first line in Counter++. I think this is incorrect as Counter is incremented in setBufferAddress.



    • Victor Anyakin

      Victor Anyakin - 2006-03-24

      Greetings Dave,

      yes, someone is still here.

      Could you please describe in more detail in what issues this bug results? This is for our better understanding of the routines in the 'client' module. Probably, you could even fire a bug report in the project's bug tracker:
      with a better bug description?

      In any case, we will fix it once we will be sure that this is a bug.

      With best regards

    • Dave Craggs

      Dave Craggs - 2006-03-24


      I have added a bug report as requested.

      Interestingly, repeatToAddress also has counter++ as the first line but this is commented out.

      Hope this helps.

      Dave Craggs


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