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#include <stdio.h>
#include <stdlib.h>
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#include <string.h>
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#include "misc.h"
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#include "mpconfig.h"
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#if 0 // print debugging info
#define DEBUG_printf(args...) printf(args)
#else // don't print debugging info
#define DEBUG_printf(args...) (void)0
#endif

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#if MICROPY_MEM_STATS
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STATIC int total_bytes_allocated = 0;
STATIC int current_bytes_allocated = 0;
STATIC int peak_bytes_allocated = 0;
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#define UPDATE_PEAK() { if (current_bytes_allocated > peak_bytes_allocated) peak_bytes_allocated = current_bytes_allocated; }
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#endif
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#if MICROPY_ENABLE_GC
#include "gc.h"

// We redirect standard alloc functions to GC heap - just for the rest of
// this module. In the rest of micropython source, system malloc can be
// freely accessed - for interfacing with system and 3rd-party libs for
// example. On the other hand, some (e.g. bare-metal) ports may use GC
// heap as system heap, so, to avoid warnings, we do undef's first.
#undef malloc
#undef free
#undef realloc
#define malloc gc_alloc
#define free gc_free
#define realloc gc_realloc
#endif // MICROPY_ENABLE_GC

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void *m_malloc(int num_bytes) {
    if (num_bytes == 0) {
        return NULL;
    }
    void *ptr = malloc(num_bytes);
    if (ptr == NULL) {
        printf("could not allocate memory, allocating %d bytes\n", num_bytes);
        return NULL;
    }
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#if MICROPY_MEM_STATS
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    total_bytes_allocated += num_bytes;
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    current_bytes_allocated += num_bytes;
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    UPDATE_PEAK();
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#endif
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    DEBUG_printf("malloc %d : %p\n", num_bytes, ptr);
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    return ptr;
}

void *m_malloc0(int num_bytes) {
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    void *ptr = m_malloc(num_bytes);
    if (ptr != NULL) {
        memset(ptr, 0, num_bytes);
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    }
    return ptr;
}

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void *m_realloc(void *ptr, int old_num_bytes, int new_num_bytes) {
    if (new_num_bytes == 0) {
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        free(ptr);
        return NULL;
    }
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    void *new_ptr = realloc(ptr, new_num_bytes);
    if (new_ptr == NULL) {
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        printf("could not allocate memory, reallocating %d bytes\n", new_num_bytes);
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        return NULL;
    }
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#if MICROPY_MEM_STATS
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    // At first thought, "Total bytes allocated" should only grow,
    // after all, it's *total*. But consider for example 2K block
    // shrunk to 1K and then grown to 2K again. It's still 2K
    // allocated total. If we process only positive increments,
    // we'll count 3K.
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    int diff = new_num_bytes - old_num_bytes;
    total_bytes_allocated += diff;
    current_bytes_allocated += diff;
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    UPDATE_PEAK();
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#endif
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    DEBUG_printf("realloc %p, %d, %d : %p\n", ptr, old_num_bytes, new_num_bytes, new_ptr);
    return new_ptr;
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}

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void m_free(void *ptr, int num_bytes) {
    if (ptr != NULL) {
        free(ptr);
    }
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#if MICROPY_MEM_STATS
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    current_bytes_allocated -= num_bytes;
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#endif
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    DEBUG_printf("free %p, %d\n", ptr, num_bytes);
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}

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int m_get_total_bytes_allocated(void) {
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#if MICROPY_MEM_STATS
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    return total_bytes_allocated;
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#else
    return -1;
#endif
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}
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int m_get_current_bytes_allocated(void) {
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#if MICROPY_MEM_STATS
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    return current_bytes_allocated;
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#else
    return -1;
#endif
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}
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int m_get_peak_bytes_allocated(void) {
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#if MICROPY_MEM_STATS
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    return peak_bytes_allocated;
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#else
    return -1;
#endif
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}