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  1. Dear all, I implemented a memory manager (implementing the tlm_mm_interface interface). However, whenever I use the manager with TLM, I get loads of memory leaks, that seem to be caused by the new in the allocate method. Does anybody know an alternative implementation of this, or does anybody understand how I could avoid the leaks? What am I doing wrong? Best regards, S. #include <systemc.h> #include <tlm.h> class mem_manager : public tlm::tlm_mm_interface{ public: std::vector<tlm::tlm_generic_payload *> free_list; tlm::tlm_generic_payload * allocate(); void free(tlm::tlm_generic_payload *); tlm::tlm_generic_payload * ptr; private: ~mem_manager(); }; mem_manager::~mem_manager(){ } tlm::tlm_generic_payload * mem_manager::allocate(){ if (!free_list.empty()) { ptr = free_list.back(); free_list.pop_back(); cout<<"free list not empty"<<endl; } else { ptr = new tlm::tlm_generic_payload(this); cout<<"free list empty"<<endl; } return ptr; } void mem_manager::free(tlm::tlm_generic_payload * trans){ free_list.push_back((tlm::tlm_generic_payload *)trans); }
  2. Dear all, to define extensions of the generic payload, I defined also a memory manager class, implementing the tlm_mm_interface. I googled and tried almost all implementations available out there - they all generate memory leaks (as bad as 80 bytes in 2 blocks, according to Valgrind). Can anybody help me? The issue seems to be caused by the allocate method. Header file: class mem_manager : public tlm::tlm_mm_interface{ public: std::vector<tlm::tlm_generic_payload *> free_list; tlm::tlm_generic_payload * allocate(); void free(tlm::tlm_generic_payload *); tlm::tlm_generic_payload * ptr; private: ~mem_manager(); }; Implementation: mem_manager::~mem_manager(){ } tlm::tlm_generic_payload * mem_manager::allocate(){ if (!free_list.empty()) { ptr = free_list.back(); free_list.pop_back(); cout<<"free list not empty"<<endl; } else { ptr = new tlm::tlm_generic_payload(this); cout<<"free list empty"<<endl; } return ptr; } void mem_manager::free(tlm::tlm_generic_payload * trans){ free_list.push_back((tlm::tlm_generic_payload *)trans); } Example of code using the memory manager: tlm::tlm_generic_payload * trans; sc_time time; mem = new mem_manager(); trans = mem->allocate(); payload_data = new reg_extension; payload_data->value = sc_bv<16>("01"); payload_data->reset = 1; trans->set_data_length(sizeof(register_data_t)); trans->set_auto_extension(payload_data); trans->set_address(0); trans->set_write(); initiator_socket->b_transport(*trans, time); if(trans->is_response_ok()){ } else{ cout<<"Error!"<<endl; } Regards, S.
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