On Monday 28 of December 2009 21:08:05 Arnold Krille wrote:
In JackMix::process(), two QMaps are created and filled with objects
(every single time the callback is invoked). I didn't look at the
implementation of QMap, but I don't see how this could work without
dynamic memory allocations happening somewhere.
In this particular case, I'd expect memory to be allocated for the
storage of the map elements, and probably for the content of the
QStrings (which are used as map keys) as well.
That said, I have no conclusive evidence to prove that any of the xruns
I've seen in the past were actually JackMix's fault. The real problem
might have been elsewhere.
I also use a lot of STL and various Boost libraries in my own JACK
projects (including the realtime parts), so I know how painful it can be
to figure out which parts of some convoluted template classes are "safe"
PS: the jackmix-0.4.1.tar.gz tarball seems to be gzipped twice, so tar
can't open it without gunzipping it first...
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