ACE_New_Allocator Class Reference

Defines a class that provided a simple implementation of memory allocation. More...

#include <Malloc_Allocator.h>

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Public Member Functions

virtual void * malloc (size_t nbytes)
 These methods are defined.
virtual void * calloc (size_t nbytes, char initial_value= '\0')
 Allocate <nbytes>, giving them <initial_value>.
virtual void * calloc (size_t n_elem, size_t elem_size, char initial_value= '\0')
virtual void free (void *ptr)
 Free <ptr> (must have been allocated by <ACE_Allocator::malloc>).
virtual int remove (void)
 These methods are no-ops.
virtual int bind (const char *name, void *pointer, int duplicates=0)
virtual int trybind (const char *name, void *&pointer)
virtual int find (const char *name, void *&pointer)
virtual int find (const char *name)
 Returns 0 if the name is in the mapping. -1, otherwise.
virtual int unbind (const char *name)
virtual int unbind (const char *name, void *&pointer)
virtual int sync (ssize_t len=-1, int flags=MS_SYNC)
virtual int sync (void *addr, size_t len, int flags=MS_SYNC)
virtual int protect (ssize_t len=-1, int prot=PROT_RDWR)
virtual int protect (void *addr, size_t len, int prot=PROT_RDWR)
virtual void dump (void) const
 Dump the state of the object.

Detailed Description

Defines a class that provided a simple implementation of memory allocation.

This class uses the new/delete operators to allocate and free up memory. Please note that the only methods that are supported are <malloc>, <calloc>, and <free>. All other methods are no-ops that return -1 and set <errno> to <ENOTSUP>. If you require this functionality, please use: ACE_Allocator_Adapter <ACE_Malloc <ACE_LOCAL_MEMORY_POOL, MUTEX> >, which will allow you to use the added functionality of bind/find/etc. while using the new/delete operators.


Member Function Documentation

int ACE_New_Allocator::bind const char *  name,
void *  pointer,
int  duplicates = 0
[virtual]
 

Associate <name> with <pointer>. If <duplicates> == 0 then do not allow duplicate <name>/<pointer> associations, else if <duplicates> != 0 then allow duplicate <name>/<pointer> assocations. Returns 0 if successfully binds (1) a previously unbound <name> or (2) <duplicates> != 0, returns 1 if trying to bind a previously bound <name> and <duplicates> == 0, else returns -1 if a resource failure occurs.

Implements ACE_Allocator.

void * ACE_New_Allocator::calloc size_t  n_elem,
size_t  elem_size,
char  initial_value = '\0'
[virtual]
 

Allocate <n_elem> each of size <elem_size>, giving them <initial_value>.

Implements ACE_Allocator.

Reimplemented in ACE_Cached_Allocator< T, ACE_LOCK >, and ACE_Dynamic_Cached_Allocator< ACE_LOCK >.

void * ACE_New_Allocator::calloc size_t  nbytes,
char  initial_value = '\0'
[virtual]
 

Allocate <nbytes>, giving them <initial_value>.

Implements ACE_Allocator.

Reimplemented in ACE_Cached_Allocator< T, ACE_LOCK >, and ACE_Dynamic_Cached_Allocator< ACE_LOCK >.

void ACE_New_Allocator::dump void   )  const [virtual]
 

Dump the state of the object.

Implements ACE_Allocator.

int ACE_New_Allocator::find const char *  name  )  [virtual]
 

Returns 0 if the name is in the mapping. -1, otherwise.

Implements ACE_Allocator.

int ACE_New_Allocator::find const char *  name,
void *&  pointer
[virtual]
 

Locate <name> and pass out parameter via pointer. If found, return 0, returns -1 if failure occurs.

Implements ACE_Allocator.

void ACE_New_Allocator::free void *  ptr  )  [virtual]
 

Free <ptr> (must have been allocated by <ACE_Allocator::malloc>).

Implements ACE_Allocator.

Reimplemented in ACE_Cached_Allocator< T, ACE_LOCK >, and ACE_Dynamic_Cached_Allocator< ACE_LOCK >.

void * ACE_New_Allocator::malloc size_t  nbytes  )  [virtual]
 

These methods are defined.

Implements ACE_Allocator.

Reimplemented in ACE_Cached_Allocator< T, ACE_LOCK >, and ACE_Dynamic_Cached_Allocator< ACE_LOCK >.

int ACE_New_Allocator::protect void *  addr,
size_t  len,
int  prot = PROT_RDWR
[virtual]
 

Change the protection of the pages of the mapped region to <prot> starting at <addr> up to <len> bytes.

Implements ACE_Allocator.

int ACE_New_Allocator::protect ssize_t  len = -1,
int  prot = PROT_RDWR
[virtual]
 

Change the protection of the pages of the mapped region to <prot> starting at <this->base_addr_> up to <len> bytes. If <len> == -1 then change protection of all pages in the mapped region.

Implements ACE_Allocator.

int ACE_New_Allocator::remove void   )  [virtual]
 

These methods are no-ops.

Implements ACE_Allocator.

int ACE_New_Allocator::sync void *  addr,
size_t  len,
int  flags = MS_SYNC
[virtual]
 

Sync <len> bytes of the memory region to the backing store starting at <addr_>.

Implements ACE_Allocator.

int ACE_New_Allocator::sync ssize_t  len = -1,
int  flags = MS_SYNC
[virtual]
 

Sync <len> bytes of the memory region to the backing store starting at <this->base_addr_>. If <len> == -1 then sync the whole region.

Implements ACE_Allocator.

int ACE_New_Allocator::trybind const char *  name,
void *&  pointer
[virtual]
 

Associate <name> with <pointer>. Does not allow duplicate <name>/<pointer> associations. Returns 0 if successfully binds (1) a previously unbound <name>, 1 if trying to bind a previously bound <name>, or returns -1 if a resource failure occurs. When this call returns <pointer>'s value will always reference the void * that <name> is associated with. Thus, if the caller needs to use <pointer> (e.g., to free it) a copy must be maintained by the caller.

Implements ACE_Allocator.

int ACE_New_Allocator::unbind const char *  name,
void *&  pointer
[virtual]
 

Break any association of name. Returns the value of pointer in case the caller needs to deallocate memory.

Implements ACE_Allocator.

int ACE_New_Allocator::unbind const char *  name  )  [virtual]
 

Unbind (remove) the name from the map. Don't return the pointer to the caller

Implements ACE_Allocator.


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