2012.09.07 13:12 "RE: [Tiff] Managing the buffer", by
But I still don't quite see how to do that, is there a routine pass the client allocation routine (in the way you pass file routines to TIFFClientOpen?) I don't see this in the man page you reference.
It's been many years since I fooled around with this, so I really can't remember exactly... But I think LibTiff maintains some global pointers to the allocation routines and such, and you can simply set these pointers to point
> to your own instead. Take a good look at the implementation of these routines
I don't see how to do it without altering the code of libtiff, as far as I can tell _TIFFMalloc just calls malloc() (on unix) and I suppose that, at compile time, the build system uses a different allocation routine depending upon the platform it's on. It would be better for me not to use TIFF than to require having a special 'hacked' version of libtiff!
239 _TIFFmalloc(tsize_t s)
241 return (malloc((size_t) s));
276 _TIFFmalloc(tsize_t s)
278 return ((tdata_t)GlobalAlloc(GMEM_FIXED, s));
Or am I not understanding something even more clever?
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