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[Bug 1001814] Kinetis clock gating
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- To: unassigned at bugs dot ecos dot sourceware dot org
- Date: Sun, 07 Apr 2013 07:12:52 +0000
- Subject: [Bug 1001814] Kinetis clock gating
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- References: <bug-1001814-777 at http dot bugs dot ecos dot sourceware dot org/>
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--- Comment #20 from Mike Jones <email@example.com> ---
I printed out dlmalloc.cxx before I retired for the day and read some of the
description. I can't understand how this code with the large malloc ever
worked. Given the 26K heap, and the allocation up to 4K chunks, no chunk should
ever have been large enough unless it can append chunks, which my understanding
is that it can't do that.
Given that, I don't think I have any choice but to rewrite my algorithm to use
a 4K buffer.
So I can't find any reason not to commit this code, even if it breaks my code.
However, if anyone has any idea how it could have worked, please enlighten me.
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