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    etags: remove some arbitrary limits · cffa5703
    Paul Eggert authored
    etags had undefined behavior if input files, lines, tags, etc.,
    had more than INT_MAX bytes.  Clean up the usage of integer types
    to fix the overflow errors I found.
    * admin/merge-gnulib (GNULIB_MODULES): Add mempcpy.
    * lib-src/etags.c: Include inttypes.h, intprops.h.
    (memcpyz): New function.  Use it to simplify several occurrences
    of memcpy followed by storing a trailing '\0'.
    (xnew): Use xnmalloc, to catch overflow on integer multiplication.
    (xrnew): Change last arg to multiplier.  The type is not needed.
    All callers changed.
    (node, lineno, charno, linecharno, invalidcharno, make_tag):
    (pfnote, add_node, number_len, C_symtype, lbz, Makefile_targets)
    (readline):
    Use intmax_t for line numbers and character positions, instead of
    int or long.
    (linebuffer, make_tag, pfnote, total_size_of_entries, put_entry)
    (in_word_set, C_symtype, token, cstack, pushclass_above):
    (popclass_above, write_classname, consider_token, C_entries)
    (Ruby_functions, Makefile_targets, Lua_functions, TeX_commands)
    (TeX_decode_env, erlang_func, erlang_attribute, erlang_atom)
    (substitute, regex_tag_multiline, nocase_tail, readline_interval)
    (readline, savenstr, concat, etags_getcwd, relative_filename)
    (linebuffer_setlen):
    Use ptrdiff_t for object sizes, instead of int or long or unsigned
    or size_t.
    (write_classname, C_entries):
    Avoid sprintf, as the result could exceed INT_MAX bytes
    and then behavior goes haywire.
    (main): Use int, instead of unsigned, for argv counts.
    (get_language_from_filename): Use bool for boolean.
    (Ruby_functions): Prefer strcpy to memcpy when copying "=".
    (linebuffer_setlen): Use ‘if’ instead of ‘while’.
    (memory_full, xnmalloc, xnrealloc): New functions.
    (xmalloc): Use memory_full, and take a ptrdiff_t instead of a size_t.
    (xrealloc): Remove; no longer needed.
    * lib/gnulib.mk.in, m4/gnulib-comp.m4: Regenerate.
    * lib/mempcpy.c, m4/mempcpy.m4: New files, copied from Gnulib.
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