CS::Memory::LocalBufferAllocator< T, N, ExcessAllocator, SingleAllocation > Class Template Reference
An allocator with a small local buffer. More...
template<typename T, size_t N, class ExcessAllocator = AllocatorMalloc, bool SingleAllocation = false>
class CS::Memory::LocalBufferAllocator< T, N, ExcessAllocator, SingleAllocation >
An allocator with a small local buffer.
If the data fits into the local buffer (which is set up to holds
N elements of type
T), a memory allocation from the heap is saved. Thus, if you have lots of arrays with a relatively small, well known size you can gain some performance by using this allocator.
SingleAllocation specifies whether no more than a single block is allocated from the allocator at any time. Using that option saves (albeit a miniscule amount of) memory, but obviously is only safe when it's know that the single allocation constraint is satisfied (such as allocators for csArray<>s).
- The pointer returned may point into the instance data; be careful when moving that around - an earlier allocated pointer may suddenly become invalid!
- This means that if you use this allocator with an array, and you nest that into another array, you MUST use csSafeCopyArrayElementHandler for the nesting array!
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