BitMagic-C++
sample6.cpp

This example demonstrates using of custom memory allocators.In this case allocator works as a memory checker, counts number of allocations and deallocations to make sure that there is no memory leaks.

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/** \example sample6.cpp
This example demonstrates using of custom memory allocators.
In this case allocator works as a memory checker, counts number of
allocations and deallocations to make sure that there is no memory leaks.
*/
/*! \file sample6.cpp
\brief Example: bvector<> custom memory allocator
*/
#include <iostream>
#include <cassert>
#include "bm.h"
using namespace std;
// Custom allocator keeps number of all alloc/free calls.
// It also reservs the front word of the allocated block and saves
// number of elements allocated. On deallocation it makes sure
// it deallocates the same size as allocated
//
// Please note, that this sample allocator is NOT compatible with SIMD
// optimizations, requiring special address alignment
//
{
public:
static unsigned na_;
static unsigned nf_;
static bm::word_t* allocate(size_t n, const void *)
{
++na_;
assert(n);
(bm::word_t*) ::malloc((n+1) * sizeof(bm::word_t));
*p = (unsigned)n;
return ++p;
}
static void deallocate(bm::word_t* p, size_t /* n */)
{
++nf_;
--p;
::free(p);
}
static int balance()
{
return int(nf_ - na_);
}
};
{
public:
static unsigned na_;
static unsigned nf_;
static void* allocate(size_t n, const void *)
{
++na_;
assert(sizeof(size_t) == sizeof(void*));
void* p = ::malloc((n+1) * sizeof(void*));
size_t* s = (size_t*) p;
*s = n;
return (void*)++s;
}
static void deallocate(void* p, size_t /* n */)
{
++nf_;
size_t* s = (size_t*) p;
--s;
::free(s);
}
static int balance()
{
return int(nf_ - na_);
}
};
typedef
int main(void)
{
try
{
{
bvect bv;
bv[10] = true;
bv[100000] = true;
bv[10000000] = false;
}
cout << "Number of BLOCK allocations = " << dbg_block_allocator::na_ << endl;
cout << "Number of PTR allocations = " << dbg_ptr_allocator::na_ << endl;
}
catch(std::exception& ex)
{
std::cerr << ex.what() << std::endl;
return 1;
}
return 0;
}
dbg_block_allocator::balance
static int balance()
Definition: sample6.cpp:66
dbg_ptr_allocator
Definition: sample6.cpp:75
bm::alloc_pool
Allocation pool object.
Definition: bmalloc.h:200
dbg_ptr_allocator::na_
static unsigned na_
Definition: sample6.cpp:78
bm::bvector
Bitvector Bit-vector container with runtime compression of bits.
Definition: bm.h:107
dbg_block_allocator::nf_
static unsigned nf_
Definition: sample6.cpp:47
dbg_ptr_allocator::balance
static int balance()
Definition: sample6.cpp:99
dbg_ptr_allocator::nf_
static unsigned nf_
Definition: sample6.cpp:79
dbg_block_allocator
Definition: sample6.cpp:43
main
int main(void)
Definition: sample6.cpp:116
bm::word_t
unsigned int word_t
Definition: bmconst.h:38
dbg_block_allocator::na_
static unsigned na_
Definition: sample6.cpp:46
bvect
bm::bvector< dbg_alloc > bvect
Definition: sample6.cpp:114
bm.h
Compressed bit-vector bvector<> container, set algebraic methods, traversal iterators.
dbg_alloc
bm::mem_alloc< dbg_block_allocator, dbg_ptr_allocator, bm::alloc_pool< dbg_block_allocator, dbg_ptr_allocator > > dbg_alloc
Definition: sample6.cpp:112
bm::mem_alloc
BM style allocator adapter.
Definition: bmalloc.h:254