Stand-alone memory allocation library.
GNU MemPool is a stand-alone memory allocation library. It is a block allocator library that uses a single fixed size memory pool to allocate variable sized memory blocks, and exports functions similar to malloc, realloc and free. It is intended to either simulate low memory targets or to completely replace the system memory management.
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released on 18 October 2017
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