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Re: svn commit: r11751 - trunk/ext/boost

From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2008-01-02 08:41:27 CET

Stefan.Fuhrmann@etas.com wrote:

> I'm sorry. Acutally, I need only boost::pool, which is not part of TR1.
> The problem was that it uses common parts of boost and files that reside
> in the root folder. Thus, there was no clean way of including only
> relevant parts. In r11759, I reduced it manually to ~40 files.
> Background: MS CRT memory management goes berserk when the address space
> gets fragmented. This seems to be the case when building extremely large
> revision graphs (>100k nodes). Maybe, its vector<>s fragmenting memory
> when growing. As a result, *closing* the revision graph takes ages (up
> to a minute).

Yes, it's a well known fact that vector<> is bad for big arrays. In such
cases, you should use deque<> because it does not need a block of
continuous memory. Have you tried with a deque<>?


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