I seem to remember in a late night meander that "new" is actually when you get
right down to it, some sort of overloaded call to "malloc" and "delete" is some
sort of overloaded call to "free".
Assuming that's true, what would be the effect of linking against Electric
Fence here, with it's replacements for malloc and free?
My instinct tells me that, the libc malloc & free if overloaded at the C++
compiler level, *won't* be replaced, but, I might be wrong.
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