[Ace-users] Re: ACE allocator

GrahamJWalsh at gmail.com GrahamJWalsh at gmail.com
Tue Aug 28 02:40:53 CDT 2007

On Aug 27, 1:49 pm, GrahamJWa... at gmail.com wrote:
> Hi,
> I'm just about to embark on plugging a memory pool into our
> application. I;d like to put a quick email to this formidable group
> before I start. In summary, ALL our C++ objects inherit from a base
> class "Object" , a la java. I am hoping to plugin a memory pool such
> that everytime a new Object is done (its never going to be called
> directly but by derived class ctors), the memory pool kicks in and
> returns the appopriate pointer from its memory pool.
> To this effect I had planned on putting code in an overridden version
> of "Objects" new operator. the body of the new operator will liase
> with the Allocator/pool.
> Is this approach valid? I can't change the (millions of lines of) code
> where new Blah() is called. I have to leave existing code alone.
> So, without sounding like a fool, I 'd like to know if this approach
> is viable or am I barking up the wrong tree :)
> thanks much and have a nice day
> G

doh. so does this mean I'm barking up the wrong tree? :(



More information about the Ace-users mailing list