|author||Derek Mauro <firstname.lastname@example.org>||Fri Oct 09 14:48:25 2020 -0400|
|committer||GitHub <email@example.com>||Fri Oct 09 14:48:25 2020 -0400|
Adds bounds-checking to the second range of absl container algorithms (#812) The APIs for the two-range `absl::c_mismatch`, `absl::c_swap_ranges`, and `absl::c_transform` are misleading as they do not check the bounds of the second range against the first one. This commit cleans up ensures that buggy calls are not exploitable; non-buggy calls are unaffected. This is consistent with both C++14's two-range `std::` equivalents and C++20's `std::ranges::` equivalents. http://wg21.link/mismatch http://wg21.link/alg.swap http://wg21.link/alg.transform
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basemay not depend on any other code (other than the C++ standard library).
algorithmlibrary contains additions to the C++
<algorithm>library and container-based versions of such algorithms.
containerlibrary contains additional STL-style containers, including Abseil's unordered “Swiss table” containers.
debugginglibrary contains code useful for enabling leak checks, and stacktrace and symbolization utilities.
hashlibrary contains the hashing framework and default hash functor implementations for hashable types in Abseil.
memorylibrary contains C++11-compatible versions of
std::make_unique()and related memory management facilities.
metalibrary contains C++11-compatible versions of type checks available within C++14 and C++17 versions of the C++
numericlibrary contains C++11-compatible 128-bit integers.
stringslibrary contains a variety of strings routines and utilities, including a C++11-compatible version of the C++17
synchronizationlibrary contains concurrency primitives (Abseil's
absl::Mutexclass, an alternative to
std::mutex) and a variety of synchronization abstractions.
timelibrary contains abstractions for computing with absolute points in time, durations of time, and formatting and parsing time within time zones.
typeslibrary contains non-container utility types, like a C++11-compatible version of the C++17
utilitylibrary contains utility and helper code.
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