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Luka Gacnik (@lgacnik97)


@maxpaganiSecond example - The allocations are always made first, and the deallocations are performed in the reverse order. You can use a stack-like memory area....
@beningjwI have tried re-installing two ARM GCC compilers - one that you say you use (downloaded here) and the one of newer version (downloaded here), although for...
@maxpagani...your life greatly simplifies when you add domain knowledge to the equation.Can you elaborate this part what did you meant by "domain knowledge"?How...
Hmm well, but then you must practically avoid most of the libraries that come with C++? I wouldn't try to avoid the issue with "new" and "delete" by forcefully preventing...
@maxpaganiIt seems the memory allocations is one of the most (if not the most) difficult topic with C++ STL and freestanding implementation. This makes me wonder...
@beningjwThank you for a fast and extensive response. I'm getting more and more aware of difficulties that STL brings into embedded-based projects and am looking...
Why not? Real life application are build using C++ and its features, and not just as hobby projects. Try to provide a bit of details on what makes you think what...
I'm developing for an ARM Cortex-M7 microcontroller, running bare-metal without an operating system, and with limited resources:1 Mbyte of FLASHNo dedicated MMU...

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