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Fixes out-of-bounds access when reading from UART #468

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festlv commented Dec 5, 2015

This bug was triggered by uart0_rx_intr_handler leaving rxBuf.pReadPos
at the last element of rxBuf and subsequent reads from rxBuf incrementing
pReadPos past the bounds of array and then comparing to array size.

This bug was triggered by uart0_rx_intr_handler leaving rxBuf.pReadPos
at the last element of rxBuf and subsequent reads from rxBuf incrementing
pReadPos past the bounds of array and then comparing to array size.
@festlv festlv changed the title Fixes out-of-bounds access when reading from UART (#467) Fixes out-of-bounds access when reading from UART Dec 5, 2015
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festlv commented Dec 5, 2015

Related issue: #467

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hreintke commented Dec 21, 2015

Close & reopen to trigger travis rebuild

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Fixes out-of-bounds access when reading from UART
@hreintke hreintke merged commit c1d5069 into SmingHub:develop Dec 21, 2015
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