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@Ben Why is this marked as duplicate? Doesn't it require at least 5 votes to mark it as duplicate?
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comment Is pipeline guaranteed to create a subshell in any POSIX shell?
Is (foo) guaranteed to execute foo in a subshell in any POSIX shell?
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revised How can I report a new vulnerability to cve.mitre.org such that they assign a CVE ID to it?
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comment How can I report a new vulnerability to cve.mitre.org such that they assign a CVE ID to it?
I have seen independent hobbyist security researchers people posting vulnerabilities on Bugtraq and Full Disclosure mailing list and those vulnerabilities are automatically included with CVE-IDs in cve.mitre.org. I wanted to know more about how this works. I don't think each one of them emails a CNA to request a CVD-ID number.
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asked How to write text into a file opened in binary mode using Python3?
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accepted How to correctly assign a pointer returned by dlsym into a variable of function pointer type?
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comment How to correctly assign a pointer returned by dlsym into a variable of function pointer type?
@Frankie_C However, if I remove the -pedantic option I might lose other helpful pedantic warnings that might be pointing out genuine problems in my code. Why is removing the -pedantic option good advice?
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comment How to correctly assign a pointer returned by dlsym into a variable of function pointer type?
@2501 I am using the -pedantic option to ensure that my code is adhering strictly to the standard. Since I don't want to get rid of -pedantic, my question is, how can I assign the pointer returned by dlsym() to a function pointer variable such that it also strictly adheres to the standard? Surely, there must be a way to do it because my intention is a valid intention allowed by the dynamic linking loader.
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asked How to correctly assign a pointer returned by dlsym into a variable of function pointer type?
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accepted How can I run cscope to search source code in an arbitrary location only and write the cross-reference files in another arbitrary location?
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