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* Copyright 2006 The Android Open Source Project
* Use of this source code is governed by a BSD-style license that can be
* found in the LICENSE file.
#ifndef SkChunkAlloc_DEFINED
#define SkChunkAlloc_DEFINED
#include "SkTypes.h"
class SkChunkAlloc : SkNoncopyable {
SkChunkAlloc(size_t minSize);
* Free up all allocated blocks. This invalidates all returned
* pointers.
void reset();
enum AllocFailType {
void* alloc(size_t bytes, AllocFailType);
void* allocThrow(size_t bytes) {
return this->alloc(bytes, kThrow_AllocFailType);
/** Call this to unalloc the most-recently allocated ptr by alloc(). On
success, the number of bytes freed is returned, or 0 if the block could
not be unallocated. This is a hint to the underlying allocator that
the previous allocation may be reused, but the implementation is free
to ignore this call (and return 0).
size_t unalloc(void* ptr);
size_t totalCapacity() const { return fTotalCapacity; }
size_t totalUsed() const { return fTotalUsed; }
int blockCount() const { return fBlockCount; }
* Returns true if the specified address is within one of the chunks, and
* has at least 1-byte following the address (i.e. if addr points to the
* end of a chunk, then contains() will return false).
bool contains(const void* addr) const;
struct Block;
Block* fBlock;
size_t fMinSize;
size_t fChunkSize;
size_t fTotalCapacity;
size_t fTotalUsed; // will be <= fTotalCapacity
int fBlockCount;
Block* newBlock(size_t bytes, AllocFailType ftype);