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Re: mem allocation / heap_chunk
Larry Hall (RFK Partners, Inc.) wrote:
Fabrice Marchal wrote:
Randall R Schulz wrote:
It would seem that the answer is right there on the page you
referenced. You can script a change to that registry entry via the
Cygwin regtool script. You can do this in an install or post-install
script or upon each invocation of your application, providing it's
invoked via a script.
I can write a script, but then it would require to install cygwin and
bash (and maybe other things) for the
end-user, while at the moment I just provide the cygwin.dll. I was
looking for something that uses the
There is no Cygwin API. You might be able to do something with
/proc/registry eventually. Of course, you can always use Win32 APIs.
If I try to change the /proc/registry/.. ../Cygwin/heap_chunk_in_mb file, it
is an Administrator owned file and cannot be overwritten by a user. Is the
/proc/registry directory created each time a cygwin program starts?
Fabrice Marchal http://www.inf.ethz.ch/~fmarchal
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