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    • Bryan Kadzban's avatar
      Read system.twmrc from where it got installed · ee3dcf35
      Bryan Kadzban authored
      ${rcdir} is ${datadir}/X11/twm by default, but can be overridden when
      running make.  If it is overridden, then the code should read from the
      same place as where "make rcdir=FOO install" puts the file.
      
      (Obviously overriding rcdir= for "make install" requires overriding it
      for "make" as well.  But at least this way it's possible to get it to
      work.  :-) )
      Signed-off-by: Alan Coopersmith's avatarAlan Coopersmith <alan.coopersmith@oracle.com>
      ee3dcf35
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    • Alan Coopersmith's avatar
      Remove custom version of system(3c) for Solaris · 8f68d82c
      Alan Coopersmith authored
      Was originally added in 1993 with the comment:
       make f.exec do the right thing to get working xterms under Solaris2.
      
      Doesn't seem to be needed any more on modern Solaris.
      As a bonus, gets rid of error found by Oracle Parfait 1.5.1 that
      if the execl() call fails, the function falls through and returns
      an uninitialized value for status and then both parent & child
      go back to running the same code.
      Signed-off-by: Alan Coopersmith's avatarAlan Coopersmith <alan.coopersmith@oracle.com>
      8f68d82c
    • Alan Coopersmith's avatar
      Only use results from GetWindowProperty if it returned success · 032fc6a7
      Alan Coopersmith authored
      Since Xlib prior to 1.6 didn't always clear values on failure, don't
      assume they're safe to use unless we succeeded.
      
      Reported by Oracle Parfait 1.5.1:
      Error: Uninitialised memory (CWE 456)
         Possible access to uninitialised memory '&nPixels'
              at line 963 of src/parse.c in function 'put_pixel_on_root'.
                &nPixels allocated at line 953.
         Possible access to uninitialised memory '&retProp'
              at line 962 of src/parse.c in function 'put_pixel_on_root'.
                &retProp allocated at line 954.
      Signed-off-by: Alan Coopersmith's avatarAlan Coopersmith <alan.coopersmith@oracle.com>
      032fc6a7
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