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Deepend

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Deallocate groups of objects in a single call

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Deepend is a storage pool with subpool capabilities for Ada 2012, Ada 2005, and Ada 95. Memory allocations can be associated with subpools and subpools can be deallocated as a whole which provides a safer alternative than managing deletions of individual objects. It also is likely to be more deterministic and efficient than garbage collection.

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Features

  • Storage allocation
  • Subpool capabilities
  • portable to different Ada compiler vendors

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Intended Audience

Developers

Programming Language

Ada

Registered

2011-03-07

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