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Samba: Coverity Bugs Down to Zero

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The Samba Team is happy to report that Samba is now free from Coverity reported defects!

Coverity recently ran a scan of open source projects, which included Samba's TRUNK branch.

The initial scan reported 216 potential bugs in Samba. In a week and a half, Samba Team developers have fixed all reported bugs. These changes will be applied to the next 3.0.x release.


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