std::pmr::set_default_resource (3) - Linux Manuals

std::pmr::set_default_resource: std::pmr::set_default_resource


std::pmr::set_default_resource - std::pmr::set_default_resource


Defined in header <memory_resource>
std::pmr::memory_resource* set_default_resource(std::pmr::memory_resource* r) noexcept; (since C++17)

If r is not null, sets the default memory resource pointer to r; otherwise, sets the default memory resource pointer to std::pmr::new_delete_resource().
The default memory resource pointer is used by certain facilities when an explicit memory resource is not supplied. The initial default memory resource pointer is the return value of std::pmr::new_delete_resource.
This function is thread-safe. Every call to std::pmr::set_default_resource synchronizes with (see std::memory_order) the subsequent std::pmr::set_default_resource and std::pmr::get_default_resource calls.

Return value

Returns the previous value of the default memory resource pointer.

See also

get_default_resource gets the default std::pmr::memory_resource

new_delete_resource returns a static program-wide std::pmr::memory_resource that uses the global operator_new and operator_delete to allocate and deallocate memory