On Tue, 26 Mar 2002, kevin lyda wrote:
> no, that's not the same idea. first it allocates chunks of the same size.
> second, it returns a pointer. i just want to know the memory is now
and this is different from allocated memory in what way?
why not malloc your upper bound, realloc it down to final known size
> however glibc functions that call malloc still need to be checked.
> plus, malloc is already managing memory, why duplicate that code?
cause you'd still have to manage what memory you reserved, and whether
you should unreserve it or not, no?
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