Archive for October, 2009
I could write a lot about OS X malloc. Other people already have, and maybe I’ll write some more about it at a later date. I just wanted to point out a couple of things to make people think a little.
The default allocator you get when you call malloc has a bunch of debugging support [...]
This post falls into the category of ‘I don’t have anything better to write about just now.’ It’s been a little while since I’ve posted, and there was something vaguely interesting here, so why not, I figured.
So, when the MACH kernel loads up a task, it sets up the stack, and transfers control to the [...]