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Re: slapd memory alloc/free functions

oops, typos:
> it out.  (First stage: /free/ch_free/ in slapd, #define CH_FREE in all

sorry, "s/free/ch_free/".

>   Since it can be a bit hard to keep track of which memory comes from
>   where, ch_free() fetches the current thread's context if passed a
>   NULL context.

It fetches the current thread's context, period.  It's not passed a
context.  I was thinking of a private ch_free_x where it is, since it
can be used as ber_memfree() handler.