[En-Nut-Discussion] Use of alloca in Nut/OS
harald.kipp at egnite.de
Mon Aug 11 18:44:03 CEST 2008
Nathan Moore wrote:
> You avoid it but if you avoided it completely you wouldn't have
You mean: No dynamic memory management at all?
Indeed many purists support this view and quite often dynamic memory is
the cause for all kind of trouble, making an embedded system less
reliable. Pointers are a bad idea as well, and typecasting is a real
devil. Frankly speaking, the programming language C is a calamity by
Despite making jokes about it, I often think by myself, what might be
required to create a Nut/OS build, which avoids dynamic memory.
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