Reallocates a block of memory using the XPCOM memory manager.
#include "nsXPCOM.h" void* NS_Realloc( void* aPtr, PRSize aSize );
- [in] A pointer to the block of memory to reallocate. This pointer must have been previously allocated by the XPCOM memory manager, or this parameter may be null in which case this function behaves like
- [in] The size in bytes of the block to allocate, or zero if the given block is to be freed.
This function returns a pointer to the allocated block of memory, which is suitably aligned for any kind of variable, or null if the allocation failed.
This function was finalized for Mozilla 1.8. See bug 267767 for details.