============================================================================= halloc 1.2.2 === Hierarchical memory allocation interface - an extension to standard malloc/free interface that simplifies tasks of memory disposal in cases when allocated structures exhibit hierarchical properties. http://swapped.cc/halloc === Distributed under terms of the BSD license. === To build libhalloc.a with GNU tools run make To install in /usr/include and /usr/lib make install To cleanup the build files make clean === halloc-1.2.2 * fixed an issue with hlist_relink in halloc when realloc'ed block is not on a sibling list, as per github/abergeron comments * changed 'make install' from /usr/ to /usr/local/ as per github/ttilley comment halloc-1.2.1 * fixed a double-free bug in _set_allocator() as per Matthew Gregan comments * switched to using NULL instead of 0 where applicable halloc-1.2.0 * added missing <string.h> include to halloc.c * improved standard compliance thanks to the feedback received from Stan Tobias. Two things were fixed - - hblock_t structure no longer uses zero-sized 'data' array, which happened to be common, but non-standard extension; - secondly, added the code to test the behaviour of realloc(ptr, 0). Standard allows it NOT to act as free(), in which case halloc will use its own version of allocator calling free() when neccessary. halloc-1.1.0 * initial public release (rewrite of hhmalloc library) ============================================================================= Copyright (c) 2004-2011, Alex Pankratov (email@example.com). All rights reserved.
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