Standard placement operator
daniel.waddington at ...161...
Thu Mar 21 16:31:37 CET 2013
W.R.T. Genode allocators and STL - I would of thought that you would not
need to do this directly, but that the Genode stdc++ port backs onto a
port of malloc, that in turn backs onto Genode allocator calls.
Is there something specific you are trying to do?
On 03/21/2013 12:30 AM, Norman Feske wrote:
> Hello Sergey,
>> I am sorry for off-topic.
>> Is it possible to use STL containers using mentioned way? (change target.mk)
> yes. In order to use the C++ standard library, you will need to prepare
> it first. To do that, just issue the following command from within the
> 'libports' repository:
> make prepare PKG=stdcxx
> This will download and integrate the library with Genode. Also make sure
> that the 'libports' repository is specified in your build directory's
> 'REPOSITORIES' declaration (in '<build-dir>/etc/build.conf').
> Please note, however, that we at Genode Labs don't use the C++ standard
> library much. So the stdcxx library does not receive much testing from
> our side. If you encounter problems with it, please bear with us. Also,
> some modern bits such as C++11 concurrency features are not supported.
> The containers should work without problems though.
>> And one more question: how can one use STL containers with Genode new
>> placement operator?
> I cannot help you here because I lack proficiency with STL. Maybe Daniel
> can help out here?
> Best regards
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