[cgl_discussion] Re: Another question on AEM

Dave Olien dmo at osdl.org
Thu Mar 20 14:22:12 PST 2003

So the constructor/destructor code lives in the kernel, and does
memory allocation based on information in the active event being

On Thu, Mar 20, 2003 at 03:36:06PM -0500, Frederic Rossi (LMC) wrote:
> Yes this is the way it works. Constructors are basically reponsible for 
> building
> the calling stack and parameters for handlers. If there is memory allocation
> to do, it is done here. Information passed in during registration if 
> limited to
> handler addresses and the way they will be executed.
> To be more precise, let me know if I didn't guess your question, memory 
> is not
> allocated during event registration.
> Frederic
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