For some reason it is hitting our memory manager inside a clean up of
Apple Event? I'm not sure why it would hit our own memory manger.
sure if this is with include path order or what is the cause. We are
redefining new and delete and the such, but I did not think this could
affect Apple's API. I have not encountered this on the PPC. Any
suggestions would be great.
The only explanation I can think of is that Apple's routine calls
operator delete - but only on x86. Since you've overridden that exact
prototype, the linker chooses yours and they get called for all
code...? I could be way off though. ;-)
I think it's more that libstdc++ is a dynamic library as of gcc 4 and
10.4, so when targeting 10.4 or later with gcc 4 if you override
operator new and operator delete in the global namespace your versions
of them will be used for all calls to those functions. That's true on
both Intel and PowerPC.
I think there are ways to get your operator new/operator delete used
only for your code, but I'm afraid I don't know enough about C++ to
suggest them. Hopefully Howard Hinnant or one of the other C++ experts
around here can chime in with the right solution (and whether there's a
way to do it at all).
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