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__gnu_cxx::__pool_alloc_base(3)      Library Functions Manual	  __gnu_cxx::__pool_alloc_base(3)

       __gnu_cxx::__pool_alloc_base -

       Inherited by __gnu_cxx::__pool_alloc< _Tp > [private].

   Protected Types
       enum { _S_align }
       enum { _S_max_bytes }
       enum { _S_free_list_size }

   Protected Member Functions
       char * _M_allocate_chunk (size_t __n, int &__nobjs)
       _Obj *volatile * _M_get_free_list (size_t __bytes)  throw ()
       __mutex & _M_get_mutex ()  throw ()
       void * _M_refill (size_t __n)
       size_t _M_round_up (size_t __bytes)

   Static Protected Attributes
       static char * _S_end_free
       static _Obj *volatile _S_free_list [_S_free_list_size]
       static size_t _S_heap_size
       static char * _S_start_free

Detailed Description
       Base class for __pool_alloc.

       Uses various allocators to fulfill underlying requests (and makes as few requests as
       possible when in default high-speed pool mode).

       Important implementation properties: 0. If globally mandated, then allocate objects from
       new 1. If the clients request an object of size > _S_max_bytes, the resulting object will
       be obtained directly from new 2. In all other cases, we allocate an object of size exactly
       _S_round_up(requested_size). Thus the client has enough size information that we can
       return the object to the proper free list without permanently losing part of the object.

       Definition at line 78 of file pool_allocator.h.

       Generated automatically by Doxygen for libstdc++ from the source code.

libstdc++				 Tue Jun 10 2014	  __gnu_cxx::__pool_alloc_base(3)

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