[Mono-list] Managed equivalent of memset?
frederik.carlier at carlier-online.be
Tue Feb 20 09:12:53 EST 2007
Here's the C# code:
The declaration of the struct
public struct TidyBuffer
public IntPtr allocator; /**< Memory allocator */
public IntPtr bp; /**< Pointer to bytes */
public uint size; /**< # bytes currently in use */
public uint allocated; /**< # bytes allocated */
public uint next; /**< Offset of current input position */
// Assign the error buffer
errorBuffer = new TidyBuffer();
The declaration of tidySetErrorBuffer
public static extern int tidySetErrorBuffer(IntPtr tdoc,
And the C equivalent for the buffer
/** TidyBuffer - A chunk of memory */
TidyAllocator* allocator; /**< Memory allocator */
byte* bp; /**< Pointer to bytes */
uint size; /**< # bytes currently in use */
uint allocated; /**< # bytes allocated */
uint next; /**< Offset of current input position */
The tidySetErrorBuffer function
int TIDY_CALL tidySetErrorBuffer(TidyDoc tdoc, TidyBuffer * errbuf)
TidyDoc itself is an opaque data type.
Robert Jordan schreef:
> Frederik Carlier wrote:
>> As a quick introduction, I'm trying to convert a C++.NET wrapper around
>> HTML Tidy to C#, because of the lack of a C++.NET compiler for Linux.
>> I'm by no means an expert in unmanaged code, but things are going well.
>> I am, however, hitting a problem with a struct. The C++ code that
>> initializes the struct reads as follows:
>> m_errbuf = new TidyBuffer;
>> Re-creating the struct and calling tidySetErrorBuffer is easy enough,
>> but what is the managed equivalent of memset? If I just 'omit' the
>> memset line, I get the following failed assertion:
> Zeroing memory is usually not necessary because structs allocated
> by C# are initialized with zero.
>> mono: src/buffio.c:184: tidyBufPutByte: Assertion `buf != ((void *)0)'
> Assertion `buf != ((void *)0)' means that the unmanaged library
> is expecting something != 0 but it got a 0, so your problem is
> most likely not related to memset. Please post some code.
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