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[Bug:Editor] Crash when clearing an existing edit buffer.
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Bug: Crash when clearing an existing edit buffer.
Danger: High - Potential for a lot of data loss if the crash happens during a long building session where work hasn't been saved.
Discovered in: AFKMud 2.1.3
Found by: Materia
Fixed by: Materia

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editor.cpp, char_data::edit_buffer

Locate:
      if( !str_cmp( cmd, "c" ) )
      {
         memset( edit, '\0', sizeof( editor_data ) );

         edit->numlines = 0;
         edit->on_line = 0;
         print( "Buffer cleared.\r\n> " );
         return;
      }


Change to:
      if( !str_cmp( cmd, "c" ) )
      {
         delete edit;
         edit = new editor_data;

         print( "Buffer cleared.\r\n> " );
         return;
      }


Locate:
               if( line == 0 && edit->numlines == 1 )
               {
                  memset( edit, '\0', sizeof( editor_data ) );

                  edit->numlines = 0;
                  edit->on_line = 0;
                  print( "Line deleted.\r\n> " );
                  return;
               }


Change to:
               if( line == 0 && edit->numlines == 1 )
               {
                  delete edit;
                  edit = new editor_data;

                  print( "Line deleted.\r\n> " );
                  return;
               }


This one is far more insidious, but will be obvious to anyone familiar with the behavior of memset and what that does in relation to things using the C++ STL, as the editor data does with std::string. The value for the std::string member of the editor_data struct gets blasted and is no longer valid because it has to be initialized with new.
       
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