When data are written out in very small blocks (less than 3 bytes in
[openssl.git] / crypto / evp / bio_b64.c
index 35c514a..af6fa2a 100644 (file)
@@ -370,10 +370,11 @@ static int b64_write(BIO *b, const char *in, int inl)
                n-=i;
                }
        /* at this point all pending data has been written */
+       ctx->buf_off=0;
+       ctx->buf_len=0;
 
        if ((in == NULL) || (inl <= 0)) return(0);
 
-       ctx->buf_off=0;
        while (inl > 0)
                {
                n=(inl > B64_BLOCK_SIZE)?B64_BLOCK_SIZE:inl;
@@ -383,14 +384,20 @@ static int b64_write(BIO *b, const char *in, int inl)
                        if (ctx->tmp_len > 0)
                                {
                                n=3-ctx->tmp_len;
+                               /* There's a teoretical possibility for this */
+                               if (n > inl) 
+                                       n=inl;
                                memcpy(&(ctx->tmp[ctx->tmp_len]),in,n);
                                ctx->tmp_len+=n;
-                               n=ctx->tmp_len;
-                               if (n < 3)
+                               if (ctx->tmp_len < 3)
                                        break;
                                ctx->buf_len=EVP_EncodeBlock(
                                        (unsigned char *)ctx->buf,
-                                       (unsigned char *)ctx->tmp,n);
+                                       (unsigned char *)ctx->tmp,
+                                       ctx->tmp_len);
+                               /* Since we're now done using the temporary
+                                  buffer, the length should be 0'd */
+                               ctx->tmp_len=0;
                                }
                        else
                                {