pragma Simple_Storage_Pool_Type (type_LOCAL_NAME);
A type can be established as a ‘simple storage pool type’ by applying
the representation pragma
Simple_Storage_Pool_Type to the type.
A type named in the pragma must be a library-level immutably limited record
type or limited tagged type declared immediately within a package declaration.
The type can also be a limited private type whose full type is allowed as
a simple storage pool type.
For a simple storage pool type
SSP, nonabstract primitive subprograms
Storage_Size can be declared that
are subtype conformant with the following subprogram declarations:
procedure Allocate (Pool : in out SSP; Storage_Address : out System.Address; Size_In_Storage_Elements : System.Storage_Elements.Storage_Count; Alignment : System.Storage_Elements.Storage_Count); procedure Deallocate (Pool : in out SSP; Storage_Address : System.Address; Size_In_Storage_Elements : System.Storage_Elements.Storage_Count; Alignment : System.Storage_Elements.Storage_Count); function Storage_Size (Pool : SSP) return System.Storage_Elements.Storage_Count;
Allocate must be declared, whereas
Storage_Size are optional. If
Deallocate is not declared, then
applying an unchecked deallocation has no effect other than to set its actual
parameter to null. If
Storage_Size is not declared, then the
Storage_Size attribute applied to an access type associated with
a pool object of type SSP returns zero. Additional operations can be declared
for a simple storage pool type (such as for supporting a mark/release
An object of a simple storage pool type can be associated with an access type by specifying the attribute Simple_Storage_Pool. For example:
My_Pool : My_Simple_Storage_Pool_Type; type Acc is access My_Data_Type; for Acc'Simple_Storage_Pool use My_Pool;
See attribute Simple_Storage_Pool for further details.