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Re: Why passing a pool to a printf?

From: Nicolßs Lichtmaier <nick_at_reloco.com.ar>
Date: 2004-05-18 04:11:00 CEST

>>Why not creating and destroying a pool with each printf?
>Creating and destroying a pool is moderately expensive.
>Also, we don't like creating pools entirely from scratch. This way, the
>printf implementation can allocate memory and not worry about cleaning
>it up if it has to error out.

Oh, I see...

Would it be overkill to maintain a hashtable with pools, with one pool
per thread? =)

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