>>>>> Christian B Wiik writes:
Christian> Searched the archives, but couldn't see this mentioned:
Christian> % scotty % dns name 126.96.36.199 zsh: segmentation fault
Christian> (core dumped) scotty
Christian> The IP is special in that it returns 27 hostnames on a
Christian> regular 'host 188.8.131.52'.
Christian> Tried this on 3 different computers. All running different
Christian> RedHat releases. One with tcl/tk 8.3 and the others with
Christian> 8.0. Locally compiled scotty 2.1.10 on them all.
There is a #define MAXRESULT 10 in tnmDns.c. Increasing this number
helps to get things working. But there are obviously bounds checks
missing to prevent the core dump in the first place...
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