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SubjectRe: Rseq registration: Google tcmalloc vs glibc
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On 26/02/2020 18:56, Mathieu Desnoyers wrote:
> ----- On Feb 26, 2020, at 12:27 PM, Chris Kennelly ckennelly@google.com wrote:
>> I agree that this could potentially violate inviarants, but
>> InitFastPerCpu is not intended to be called by the application.
>
> OK, explicitly documenting this would be a good thing. In my own projects,
> I prefix those symbols with double-underscores (__) to indicate that those
> are not meant to be called by other means than the static inlines in the API.

use a different convention for that, __ prefix is always
reserved for the implementation for arbitrary use.

ideally internals would not be exposed in the user api
and then there is no such issue.

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