Re: Custom Allocator Question - Advanced.
I have written a custom std allocator which follows the example in
I'm seeing a behavior I don't understand.
My allocate method within the allocator looks like the following:
pointer allocate(size_type cnt, typename
std::allocator<void>::const_pointer hint = 0)
pointer p = reinterpret_cast<pointer> (new char[sizeof(T)*cnt]);
This is probably the cause of your problem. reinterpret_cast is not a
safe cast and it does not guarantee proper object alignment.
std::cout<<"MEMORY ADDRESS: "<<p<<std::endl; //FIRST PRINT-OUT!
Then I have a regular container in my main:
typedef std::multiset<Foo,less<Foo>,FooAllocator<Foo> > MYSET;
MYSET::iterator iter = mine.insert(Foo());
std::cout<<"ITER = "<<&(*iter)<<std::endl;
The address of the iterator being returned is 16 Bytes graeter than
the address of the allocated memory. This is true in multiple
compilers, and is causing me to overwrite the end of my allocated
memory. It doesn't seem to matter what type of object Foo is.
has anyone seen this before or have any ideas?
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