Tom Lane wrote:
> Dave Page <dpage(at)postgresql(dot)org> writes:
>> Tom Lane wrote:
>>> So don't initialize a local variable unless
>>> you're giving it an actually meaningful value.
>> The downside is that we see a useless warning that, if sufficiently
>> multiplied, might make it hard to see something we are interested in.
> [ looks again... ] Actually, I think you just proved my point for me.
> The ZeroMemory call should go away, no? (Does this mean that the
> Windows builds fail to detect dereferencing NULL? Bad if so.)
Windows builds don't fail to detect that in genereal. ZeroMemory,
however, has a protection specifically against being passed NULL input,
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