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QuestionEmbedded and dynamic memory allocation Pin
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Mircea Neacsu15-Nov-23 4:53
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honey the codewitch15-Nov-23 4:57
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Mircea Neacsu wrote:
you can allocate all the available memory and run a memory manager inside your app that allocates chunks of this pool


The trouble here is determining the pool size up front without just making it the size of available memory. As I mentioned it varies wildly application to application and content to content.

One thing I am doing is playing hot potato with my RAM to avoid fragmentation. I do not keep little allocations around.

Allocations that are kept around are allocated up front. I think that's what saves me here.
Check out my IoT graphics library here:
https://honeythecodewitch.com/gfx
And my IoT UI/User Experience library here:
https://honeythecodewitch.com/uix

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