2017-01-23 16:55
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I create C structs in my Go code, like this:

var data C.MyStruct_t

Do I have to free them manually at some point, like I do when I use CString? With CString I often do something like:

ctitle := C.String(title)
defer C.free(unsafe.Pointer(&ctitle))
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  • donglin7979 2017-01-23 16:59

    No. You only call free on something that was allocated via the C *alloc functions. The C.CString and C.CBytes functions are documented as doing so internally, and requiring the use of C.free.

    In this case even though data is of type C.MyStruct_t it is allocated in Go, and therefor will be handled by the Go garbage collector.

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