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Re: Fewer mallocs is better, episode #47

From: Henrik Holst via curl-library <>
Date: Fri, 28 Jan 2022 15:52:23 +0100

yes, hence the quotation marks and the "if they even can be reduced" caveat
;). I have to look over what curl is calling strlen on, tried to run ltrace
but the compiled version on Ubuntu seems to be compiled in a way that
prohibits ltrace from finding any libcalls (it did find syscalls) so I'll
look later when I have a custom compile of curl.


Den fre 28 jan. 2022 kl 15:47 skrev Daniel Stenberg <>:

> On Fri, 28 Jan 2022, Henrik Holst wrote:
> > it does "waste" (depending on if they even can be reduced and even then
> what
> > the savings would be) cpu time for setting up new connections
> They are only a waste if we can do the same thing without doing the
> strlens.
> I'll willingly work on removing all uncessary strlen calls anyone can find.
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Received on 2022-01-28