A reimplementation of Rust's
std::rc::Rc which uses a pool of reusable memory
to speed up reallocation.
Is It Fast?
It's about twice as fast as the system allocator on Linux systems, and six times as fast on Windows systems, when the pool is non-empty. For certain data types, gains can be even higher.
Copyright 2019 Bodil Stokke
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