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* talloc: fix strndup group of functionswm42012-10-121-2/+2
| | | | This bug has been fixed years ago in upstream talloc.
* talloc.[ch]: remove "type safety" hack that violates C typesUoti Urpala2011-08-191-1/+2
| | | | | | | | | | | | The destructors used by talloc take a "void *" first parameter. However talloc.h had a #define hack that treated the destructor as a function taking first parameter of type "typeof(ptr)" where ptr is the pointer the destructor is set for. I suppose this was done to add some kind of "type safety" against adding a destructor expecting another type of pointer; however this hack is questionable and violates the real C level typing. Remove the hack from the header and adjust talloc.c to avoid a warning about a C type violation that became visible after removing the hack.
* talloc.c: Update to match current upstream ("likely" macro definitions)Uoti Urpala2008-12-271-2/+10
| | | | | | Use the current macro definitions for likely/unlikely from Samba. The old version lacked parentheses around the non-GCC alternative, but there are no uses where this would actually make a difference.
* Make talloc abort() instead of returning NULLUoti Urpala2008-04-231-9/+9
| | | | | | Replace (hopefully) all cases where normally successful allocations could return NULL with abort(). This should allow skipping most checks on allocation return values.
* Hardcode feature checks in talloc.cUoti Urpala2008-04-231-1/+27
| | | | | | Original talloc build system used autoconf to check for features, most of which were standard C headers. Assume those always exist. Always use a workaround for the one non-standard feature (strnlen).
* Add the talloc memory allocatorUoti Urpala2008-04-231-0/+1724
Copy talloc.c and talloc.h from Samba (last changed 2008-04-17 in commit 7b9a647ebbbe9ec9e1b82b42e3a8916396f91273).