SharedUnixLibrary and the System Heap
alex at alexwaugh.com
Mon Mar 27 13:50:02 PST 2006
Matt Edgar <matt at stdevel.co.uk> wrote:
> We are looking at some tightening up of the memory protection in RISC OS
> and one of the possibilities is to protect the system heap against
> user mode accesses.
I'm glad to see such improvements are being considered.
> Unfortunately SUL does this, so protecting the heap would break a lot of
Do you mean memory allocated by OS_Module 6, executing module code
from user mode, the module private word, or something else? Those are
the only things I can think of that may be accessed from user mode in
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