[opus] Stack Overflow

Jean-Marc Valin jmvalin at jmvalin.ca
Mon May 27 08:20:54 PDT 2013

Did you try replacing the create() with separate malloc() and init()
steps. If so, which of the two was causing the problems?

BTW, you need a C99 compiler for VAR_ARRAYS to work, although you may be
able to use USE_ALLOCA.


On 05/27/2013 08:36 AM, Fezin E T wrote:
> Guys,
> Program stack is getting overflowed when I create and destroy encoder
> instance continuously for around 30 times. How can I ensure stack is
> completely freed when I destroy the encoder instance? I tried with
> VAR_ARRAYS. But Its giving me errors while I try to compile.  I suppose
> VAR_ARRAYS allocates local variables as arrays so that they could go on
> to stack and finally when we leave the function, the stack is freed.
> when I use VAR_ARRAYS, I get this error " declarations may not appear
> after an executable statement in the block".  Is there any changes need
> to be done in stack_alloc.h ? Have you guys faced same trouble or any
> fix is already done on this issue?
> My platform is TI C6424, CCS  and windows.
> -- 
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> Fezin E T
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