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From: shiwei xu (xushiweizh_at_[hidden])
Date: 2008-04-25 05:01:16

Hello all,

I add a new class: TlsBlockPool. And now you can define a ScopeAlloc
instance without given parameters:

  ScopeAlloc alloc;

It is same as:

  ScopeAlloc alloc(TlsBlockPool::instance());

class TlsBlockPool
  TlsBlockPool() { init(); }
  ~TlsBlockPool() { term(); }
  static void init();
  static void term();
  static BlockPool& instance();
Note: TlsBlockPool::init() can be called more than once. each call to
TlsBlockPool::init() must be balanced by a corresponding call to
On Tue, Apr 22, 2008 at 8:58 PM, shiwei xu <xushiweizh_at_[hidden]> wrote:
> Most of the C++ programmers do not benefit from "Garbage Collection"
> technique (GC). They are sick of deleting objects but have to do this.
> There are some C/C++ memory GC implementations, but they are complex
> and are not widely used.
> I am going to introduce a new memory management technique named "GC
> Allocator". "GC Allocator" isn't an implementation, but a concept.
> Now, we have two "GC Allocator" implementations, named "AutoFreeAlloc"
> and "ScopeAlloc".
> This article consists of three parts:
>    1. What is GC Allocator?
>    2. GC Allocator implementations: ScopeAlloc and AutoFreeAlloc
>    3. Applications based on GC Allocator
>  For more information, see
> To obtain a copy of this paper in pdf format click here<>(or from google
> code <>).

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