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* Copyright (c) 2010 The VP8 project authors. All Rights Reserved.
* Use of this source code is governed by a BSD-style license and patent
* grant that can be found in the LICENSE file in the root of the source
* tree. All contributing project authors may be found in the AUTHORS
* file in the root of the source tree.
/* This code is in the public domain.
** Version: 1.1 Author: Walt Karas
/* The function in this file performs default actions if self-auditing
** finds heap corruption. Don't rely on this code to handle the
** case where HMM is being used to implement the malloc and free standard
** library functions. Rewrite the function if necessary to avoid using
** I/O and execution termination functions that call malloc or free.
** In Unix, for example, you would replace the fputs calls with calls
** to the write system call using file handle number 2.
#include "hmm_intrnl.h"
#include <stdio.h>
#include <stdlib.h>
static int entered = 0;
/* Print abort message, file and line. Terminate execution.
void hmm_dflt_abort(const char *file, const char *line)
/* Avoid use of printf(), which is more likely to use heap. */
if (entered)
/* The standard I/O functions called a heap function and caused
** an indirect recursive call to this function. So we'll have
** to just exit without printing a message. */
while (1);
entered = 1;
fputs("\n_abort - Heap corruption\n" "File: ", stderr);
fputs(file, stderr);
fputs(" Line: ", stderr);
fputs(line, stderr);
fputs("\n\n", stderr);
fputs("hmm_dflt_abort: while(1)!!!\n", stderr);
while (1);