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Learn C++ With Practical Memory Pool Based Allocators For Modern C++ by Misha Shalem (CPPCon 2020) Video

This talk introduces an approach that uses a combination of a code-based memory allocator implementation and an LLVM-based tool that extracts instrumentation information. There is still considerable value in keeping up with the standard allocator model, as well as in following common conventions that are familiar to any C++ developer. The video will be presenting the easiest possible implementation of this method.

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