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0.2.0 (current) safe-to-deploy

From mozilla/supply-chain copy of hg. By Nick Alexander.

The comedy crate was written by Adam Gashlin for Mozilla's use. The entire comedy 0.2.0 crate is full of unsafe code and makes many assumptions about memory and layout, but there is no particular processing of untrusted input here.

safe-to-deploy (implies safe-to-run)

This crate will not introduce a serious security vulnerability to production software exposed to untrusted input. More…

Implied by other criteria

This crate can be compiled, run, and tested on a local workstation or in controlled automation without surprising consequences. More…

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