What is the best way to reallocate memory for char array?
mdounin at mdounin.ru
Mon Nov 17 14:22:25 UTC 2014
On Mon, Nov 17, 2014 at 09:09:34AM -0500, kay wrote:
> For example I've allocated memory for char *str:
> str = ngx_pnalloc(r->pool, len1);
> Then I've added some data to "str":
> ngx_sprintf(str, "abc");
> How should I reallocate this memory? Should I use:
> str = ngx_pnalloc(r->pool, len2);
> ? And I would like to keep the str's "abc" data as well.
Best strategy is to allocate len1 + len2 from the start. E.g.,
you may try looking into autoindex module: it calculates size of a
buffer it will need, and then allocates the buffer.
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