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The upstream package does this in ways that don't guarantee orderly restart from the middle. The tradeoff is that it's simple and predictable (requires a deliberate restart), versus consistent and repeatable (requires knowledge that the underlying code doesn't really have and will fail suicidally when doing it anyway). You can't use the freestanding version, because the freestanding version doesn't synchronize access to the shared memory and then a crash will corrupt the entire log buffer (because the buffer array points into the shared data). I don't understand why a lot of the software people (I mean the ones that are allowed to write TThread) are so opposed to debuggee restarting or softening the behavior any more than necessary.
If you are satisfied with what you are seeing now, but want to leave open the possibility of getting a pull request, one way you can do the same thing that e.g. libsodium does is instead of putting your in-memory array in shared memory, put it on the heap, and start with e.g. an Indentation object. Pass a buffer and a length (or perhaps an absolute buffer pointer and length). Then before you can write anything, start a loop that goes through the entire array and optionally pointer checks, then increments or decrements the index based on the indent. Those incremental changes can be written to the buffer. When you are done, don't release the buffer, but instead use a delete list that goes out of scope. I'm not sure what the time overheads are in setting up and tearing down the shared memory vs. the allocation/access overhead.
Thanks. In the long run I'd prefer you just switch, but the license is proprietary and it's not clear what the impact will be if you do switch. It seems like you are trading a couple of hours of labor for a negligible amount of money. d2c66b5586