[libcxx-dev] deque, block_size, __add_back_capacity
Jason MacDonald via libcxx-dev
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Wed Apr 3 09:19:27 PDT 2019
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Subject: Re: [libcxx-dev] deque, block_size, __add_back_capacity
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On Tue, Apr 2, 2019 at 2:40 PM Jason MacDonald <jason.macdonald at ditchwitch.com<mailto:jason.macdonald at ditchwitch.com>> wrote:
I recompiled TI’s runtime library with the original block size from trunk and do not have issues.
So my question is, is a block size of 1 unsupported, and therefor the error is in TI’s changes? Or is there an error in _add_back_capacity()?
The former - libc++ does not support a block size of 1.
The code was designed for a minimum block size of 16.
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