The Revenge of Buffer Overflows

Richard Gaskin ambassador at
Fri Apr 11 09:44:14 EDT 2014

Alejandro Tejada wrote:
> And finally:
> "It would be better if more people helped improving it," Seggelmann
> told Mashable via email. "It doesn’t really matter if companies
> benefitting from it provided some support, or if people do it in
> their spare time. However, if everybody just keeps using it and
> thinks somebody else will eventually take care of it, it won’t work.
> The more people look at it, the less likely errors like this occur."

That applies equally well to testing LiveCode.

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