I've a problem concerning the heap pointer monitoring.
2. MCU NXP 4078
3. C++ 11.0 and STL
Declaring variables in this way :
register void * stack_ptr asm ("sp");
extern char _pvHeapLimit __attribute__((weak));
extern char _pvHeapStart __attribute__((weak));
I can read the heap Limit and Start but I cannot monitor the current heap pointer position.
I've read about the function unsigned __check_heap_overflow (void * new_end_of_heap) in the file
_cr_check_heap.c but is not what I'm looking for because it's a "manual" check.
Is it possible to verify the current heap pointer value by reading some variable like _pvHeapLimit ?
What's the right procedure to monitor the heap while allocating C++ STL object memory ( not by using "C" malloc )?