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Re: [PATCH] avoid memory reallocation

From: Branko ─îibej <brane_at_xbc.nu>
Date: 2005-08-18 19:15:08 CEST

Michael W Thelen wrote:

>SteveKing wrote:
>>This is really a *very* little thing:
>>The CL client uses an array to store all the auth providers. The initial
>>size of that array is set to 10, but on Windows, there's one auth
>>provider more so the array is always reallocated (or I'm counting wrong,
>>could happen too).
>>This very little patch takes care of this.
>Pinging this patch... Brane objected, saying that it's not worth the
>bother to change the initial size whenever a new auth provider is added.
> Steve responded that new auth providers are not added often, and the
>initial size already seems to be intended to accommodate all auth
>providers, which it doesn't quite do on Windows.
>My (relatively ignorant) opinion is that if we're going to use a magic
>number in the code (10), it might as well be large enough to accommodate
>all auth providers on Windows (11), so the array doesn't need to be
>reallocated. There are 11 calls to APR_ARRAY_PUSH in the code... the
>array may as well be preallocated to 11, right? I don't see any
>downsides to applying this patch. Are there any?
There are no downsides.

-- Brane

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