Package “talloc” has 14 man pages.
libtalloc_bestpractices(3) The talloc is a hierarchy memory allocator. The hierarchy nature is what makes the programming more error proof. It makes the memory easier to manage and to... libtalloc_context(3) The talloc context is the most important part of this library and is responsible for every single feature of this memory allocator. It is a logical unit which... libtalloc_debugging(3) We have already encountered the abort function in section Dynamic type system. In that case it was used when a type mismatch was detected. libtalloc_destructors(3) Destructors are well known methods in the world of object oriented programming. A destructor is a method of an object that is automatically run when the object... libtalloc_dts(3) Generic programming in the C language is very difficult. There is no inheritance nor templates known from object oriented languages. There is no dynamic type... libtalloc_pools(3) Allocation of a new memory is an expensive operation and large programs can contain thousands of calls of malloc() for a single computation, where every call... libtalloc_stealing(3) Talloc has the ability to change the parent of a talloc context to another one. This operation is commonly referred to as stealing and it is one of the most... libtalloc_threads(3) The talloc library is not internally thread-safe, in that accesses to variables on a talloc context are not controlled by mutexes or other thread-safe... libtalloc_tutorial(3) Talloc is a hierarchical, reference counted memory pool system with destructors. It is built atop the C standard library and it defines a set of utility... talloc(3) talloc is a hierarchical, reference counted memory pool system with destructors. It is the core memory allocator used in Samba. talloc_array(3) Talloc contains some handy helpers for handling Arrays conveniently. talloc_debug(3) To aid memory debugging, talloc contains routines to inspect the currently allocated memory hierarchy. talloc_ref(3) This module contains the definitions around talloc references.