|Subject:||pdumper memory allocation (new FIXME)|
|Date:||Thu, 31 Jan 2019 08:07:01 -0800|
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The call to xstrdup was added in 2019-01-26T10:08:address@hidden (a7974933dd818194de3c9387b95dbd122bcf506c), whose commit message says "Use xstrdup instead of strdup, as on MS-Windows the latter uses the wrong heap." I thought that with pdumper we no longer have a hybrid malloc with two heaps; we simply have the usual C heap. Is that not true in MS-Windows for some reason? I'm asking because if there are still multiple heaps with pdumper (either on MS-Windows or elsewhere), I suspect there will be similar problems elsewhere in the code.
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