Note to the developers
The stability of libcwd depends on feedback I receive.
Because of the way libcwd works and is tested before releases,
it is very likely that libcwd either works OR core dumps
even before it reaches main. If you are trying libcwd for
the first time and it doesn't work for you (even the simplest
application crashes) then please CONTACT ME! It doesn't
1 May 2002
Now we use dlopen() and dlsym() to find a pointer to libc's malloc
et al. As a result we don't have to use the dirty marco trick anymore
and libcwd now catches all allocations, also those by third party
libraries. Another trick is used to swap from using libc's malloc to
libcwd's malloc as soon as possible.
Threading is still not supported unfortunately, you'll need to c
A warning for those who want to use PCH (pre compiled headers):
g++ does NOT take the "current directory" from which the
compiler was started into account. This means that if you use
a PCH that includes a header file (such as #include "debug.h",
or "sys.h"!) which might change depending on the directory
you are in, then g++ might re-use an old PCH while it shouldn't.
The most likely result of thi
If you checked out this directory with svn (see belo
Libcwd will only compile on cygwin and mingw32 when you configure it with
--disable-alloc and --disa
16 Oct 2000
Only the static library is supported (libcwd.a).
OpenBSD has a few terribl
27 Jan 2006
According to ..., libcwd_r works on solaris 9.
I never tested it myself.
11 May 2002
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