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  1. What is the correct way to handle transaction data pointer (set_data_ptr). If I free it right after b_transport I get an error since transaction handling isn't completes. Unlike tlm_extension it is not freed once transaction is completed. void rx_thread() { while(1) { uint8_t *buf = new uint8_t[ETH_MAC_PACKET_MAX_LEN]; tlm::tlm_generic_payload* pkt_trans = new tlm::tlm_generic_payload(); pkt_trans->set_command(tlm::TLM_WRITE_COMMAND); pkt_trans->set_data_length(ETH_MAC_PACKET_MAX_LEN); pkt_trans->set_data_ptr((unsigned char *)(buf)); phy2mac->b_transport(*pkt_trans, delay); // Note:not calling "delete [] buf;" here since this data is a part of generic payload now and // shouldn't be destroyed until transaction handling completes! Although b_transport() is // a synchronous call indeed, queue is filled with pointers to original structures rather then to their clones. } }
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