Commit 8a701fbf authored by Jonathan Wilkes's avatar Jonathan Wilkes
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use int instead of t_int

It appears int and t_int were freely mixed in this external, causing a size
discrepancy that can result in a buffer overflow. Since t_int is supposed to
be function pointer-sized container, it's unclear why that would be used here.
This commit changes all t_int use to int.

If t_int was really meant here for some reason then we can go in the other
parent 45cae0f5
......@@ -31,11 +31,11 @@ typedef struct ffpoly_struct
t_float x_f;
t_outlet *x_outlet;
t_int *x_coef;
t_int x_poly_order;
t_int x_field_order;
int *x_coef;
int x_poly_order;
int x_field_order;
t_int x_lastpackedcoef;
int x_lastpackedcoef;
......@@ -49,7 +49,7 @@ static void ffpoly_compute(t_ffpoly *x, t_floatarg fcoef)
int in = (int)fcoef;
int fo = x->x_field_order;
int po = x->x_poly_order;
t_int* c = x->x_coef;
int* c = x->x_coef;
int i, out;
in %= fo;
......@@ -124,8 +124,8 @@ t_class *ffpoly_class;
static void *ffpoly_new(t_floatarg fpolyorder, t_floatarg ffieldorder)
t_int polyorder = (int)fpolyorder;
t_int fieldorder = (int)ffieldorder;
int polyorder = (int)fpolyorder;
int fieldorder = (int)ffieldorder;
t_ffpoly *x = (t_ffpoly *)pd_new(ffpoly_class);
......@@ -135,7 +135,7 @@ static void *ffpoly_new(t_floatarg fpolyorder, t_floatarg ffieldorder)
x->x_poly_order = polyorder;
x->x_field_order = fieldorder;
x->x_coef = (t_int *)malloc((x->x_poly_order + 1) * sizeof(int));
x->x_coef = (int *)malloc((x->x_poly_order + 1) * sizeof(int));
/* set poly to f(x) = x */
ffpoly_coefficients(x, x->x_field_order);
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