> Did you measure that malloc on newer Windows-versions are actually faster?
No, I didn't. As I said, real reason for this patch is that Git version of
nedalloc fails to compile under MinGW-W64. If we still want to use nedalloc
under MinGW, this patch should be replaced with:
a) Updating nedalloc to newer release that succeeds to compile under MinGW-W64
(I'd prefer this option). As a bonus point, we can drop most (if not all) fixes
that Git currently has on top of nedallox.
b) Patching specific problems that prevent compilation.
c) Introducing separate MinGW/MinGW-W64 behavior to compat.mak.uname, least