Am 04.09.2016 um 09:46 schrieb Johannes Schindelin:
I imagine you Cc:ed me because the nedmalloc stuff came in via the Windows
port, contributed by Marius (who is no longer active on the Git project
because it works well enough for him)?
Kind of; it's also a follow-up to the recent discussion you started
about compiler warnings in that code.
On Sat, 3 Sep 2016, René Scharfe wrote:
Move our implementation of strdup(3) out of compat/nedmalloc/ and allow
it to be used independently from USE_NED_ALLOCATOR. This reduces the
difference of our copy of nedmalloc from the original, making it easier
to update, and allows for easier testing and reusing of our version of
I would like to suggest an additional paragraph to explain why we do not
need to #include "git-compat-util.h" in nedmalloc from now on:
Please note that nedmalloc never actually uses strdup() itself,
therefore we need not enforce gitstrdup() usage in nedmalloc.c.
Well, OK. I think the missing point is that the original nedmalloc
doesn't come with strdup() and doesn't need it. Only _users_ of
nedmalloc need it. Marius added it in nedmalloc.c, but strdup.c is a
better place for it.