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Hi there gys,
I'm looking for a way to update a crawler I 've created. Of course I want the update to be applied without system reboot plus the binary changes to be stored on disk. Can you give me some tips on how to do that?
I am writing Windows console application with Microsoft Visual Studio 2008 (using C only) which needs to allocate big amounts of RAM memory with malloc() anc calloc(). The execution of program can be stopped anytime by user pressing CTRL+C keys or by shutting down console window.
What happens to previously allocated memory when it happens? Is it freed up by the system automatically (I guess not?) or do I need to keep track of allocated memory blocks and free() them all myself when the application receives close signal? If this is the case can anybody direct me to any C code solving this problem?
Actually, in this case, I would like to defend Vista. It just tries and fills up available physical memory with programs that you consecutively use (XP does not do that, so there's plenty of free available memory shown up in the task manager) so that the next time you open the program, it is opened fast. A pretty good idea if you ask me.
Joke: Except for the fact that I would not want my physical memory to be filled up with my father's accounts excel sheets when I try to play far cry.
It is a crappy thing, but it's life -^Carlo Pallini