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Class standard_stack_allocator

Boost.Coroutine provides the class standard_stack_allocator which models the stack-allocator concept. In contrast to protected_stack_allocator it does not append a guard page at the end of each stack. The memory is simply managed by std::malloc() and std::free().

[Note] Note

The standard_stack_allocator is the default stack allocator.

#include <boost/coroutine/standard_stack_allocator.hpp>

template< typename traitsT >
struct standard_stack_allocator
    typedef traitT  traits_type;

    void allocate( stack_context &, std::size_t size);

    void deallocate( stack_context &);

typedef basic_standard_stack_allocator< stack_traits > standard_stack_allocator
void allocate( stack_context & sctx, std::size_t size)


traits_type::minimum_size() <= size and ! traits_type::is_unbounded() && ( traits_type::maximum_size() >= size).


Allocates memory of at least size bytes and stores a pointer to the stack and its actual size in sctx. Depending on the architecture (the stack grows downwards/upwards) the stored address is the highest/lowest address of the stack.

void deallocate( stack_context & sctx)


sctx.sp is valid, traits_type::minimum_size() <= sctx.size and ! traits_type::is_unbounded() && ( traits_type::maximum_size() >= sctx.size).


Deallocates the stack space.