disable_core_dumps() and -q
sroberts at uniserve.com
Sun Apr 2 10:17:32 CEST 2000
Well, any thoughts?
On Sun, Mar 26, 2000 at 02:23:15PM -0500, sroberts wrote:
> disable_core_dumps() appears to want to honor opt.quiet, and not whine if
> --quiet was specified, but at least the first call doesn't.
> It's called before options are parsed, currently, so even gpg --help
> gives the warning. Would it be ok to move it's call to after options
> are parsed? It doesn't look to be a security problem, since no passwords
> are read in during options parsing, and the options are visible from
> ps listings anyhow (at least to those with permissions to see your
> core files, I'd guess).
> It's quite annoying to me, and I can just chop the warning out, but...
Sam Roberts, sroberts at uniserve dot com, www.emyr.net/Sam
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