[PATCH 2/4] Allocate memory for and truncate strings that go into the title bar
Lubomir I. Ivanov
neolit123 at gmail.com
Thu Oct 18 03:21:37 PDT 2012
On 18 October 2012 12:11, Martin Gysel <me at bearsh.org> wrote:
> Am 17.10.2012 23:47, schrieb Lubomir I. Ivanov:
>> could have been prettier if glib had something in the lines of
>> i'd be interested in improvements or alternatives. i can think of one
>> but this is actually safer.
> what's wrong with:
> char* title:
> basename = g_path_get_basename(existing_filename);
> title = g_strdup_printf("Subsurface: %s", basename);
> gtk_window_set_title(GTK_WINDOW(main_window), title);
this is cleaner for that particular hunk.
> does it matter if any of these strings are utf8 or not? at the end they
> are just a null-terminated char buffer and you are not relying on a
> particular string (not char buffer) length in that very use case
in this case no as we aren't truncating basename (the max size of
which is OS specific).
but if we decide to do that, g_utf8_strlen() + g_utf8_strncpy() are
the only usable functions i see on gnome's website.
you can send a patch with your mods if you want.
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