From: Markus Schöpflin (markus.schoepflin_at_[hidden])
Date: 2005-12-22 04:47:07
boost.test currently contains an assortment of new operators which IMO are
not conforming to the C++ std.
The implementation basically looks like this:
p = std::malloc(n);
if (!p) throw std::bad_alloc();
This ignores the fact the std::malloc() is allowed to return either 0 or
some unique pointer on zero sized requests, whereas a C++ allocation
function _must_ return a unique pointer for each zero sized request.
If I'm correct, this could be easily fixed by changing all occurences of "p
= std::malloc(n)" to "p = std::malloc(n ? n : 1)" or something similar.
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