Auto-registration is disabled at present, because of idiot spammers. If you would like to register, please say so in a comment on this page. Please include enough information to distinguish yourself from a spammer – that shouldn’t be difficult!

I haven’t edited the rest of this page because one day I might restore auto-registration.

PB 08 July 2013

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Automatic registration is now available.

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  1. Peter Bushell
    January 28th, 2010 at 14:38 | #1

    Now that automatic registration is working, I’ve deleted the comments via which early subscribers requested registration.

    To those people:
    You are still registered, of course, and I have changed nothing in your user accounts!

  2. Peter Bushell
    February 6th, 2010 at 09:16 | #2


    Thanks for your comment about DO-178B. I’ve moved it to the Software Download page (link above), and have replied to it there.

  3. Peter Bushell
    July 8th, 2013 at 18:18 | #3

    Auto-registration to this blog is suspended for the time being because of spammers. See my edit to the main post, above.

    Relevant comments, whether here or on the various discussion topics, continue to be welcome, of course!

  4. October 23rd, 2013 at 08:41 | #4

    Want do check your SKC++

  5. Peter Bushell
    October 23rd, 2013 at 15:56 | #5

    @Marc Foret
    Only Dyme (Dynamic Memory software) is available from this blog at present. SKC++ has been on the back burner for a long time, owing to other commitments. However, I will be publishing it (or a subset of it) this year. I will probably not make it available directly from this blog, but I will email all subscribers, when it is ready, with details of how to get hold of it.

    Accordingly, I shall subscribe you to the blog within the next few minutes.

  6. vamsi
    December 21st, 2013 at 02:33 | #6

    hi.. great blog..
    i stumbled upon your blog by googling for pool based dynamic memory allocation mechanism
    (which I am going to be using in a driver). I would greatly appreciate the registration.


  7. Peter Bushell
    December 21st, 2013 at 10:02 | #7

    Thanks for your request, Vamsi. I will register you now.

  8. Tony Hedge
    July 29th, 2014 at 14:52 | #8

    Hi Peter

    Would be grateful if you could register me – would like to take a look at your memory allocator.


  9. Peter Bushell
    July 31st, 2014 at 10:17 | #9

    @Tony Hedge
    Done, Tony! I’m sending you an email. too.

  10. Juan Duran
    December 20th, 2014 at 18:38 | #10

    Hi Peter, could you register me? I will have a look at SKC++ source code. Nice blog BTW.

    Thanks in advance

    Juan Duran

  11. Peter Bushell
    December 21st, 2014 at 11:28 | #11

    Hi Juan,

    I have registered you on the blog. I have also emailed you.

    Please note that the source code for SKC++ is not available, as it has now been updated and called “Dyagem”. Dyagem is available from the Dyagem page of the blog. Source documentation is sparse, at the moment, but the principles of Dyagem are the same as those of SKC++. I suggest that you download the slide set, as well as the source code, from the Dyagem page. Note that Dyagem currently works only for ARM Cortex-M3 processors – or M4 or M7, provided the floating-point unit is not used. An update to allow use of the FPU is next on my list of things to do.

    Dyagem includes a tailored and optimised version of Dyme (pool-based dynamic memory allocation). You can get the older generic (documented!) version of Dyme from the subscriber-only download page of the blog.

    Thank you for your interest.



  12. March 11th, 2015 at 18:22 | #12


    I’d like to study your Pooled objects. Can I download?

  13. Peter Bushell
    March 11th, 2015 at 18:25 | #13

    Thank you for your interest, Andras. I will email you.

  14. David Cecil
    May 23rd, 2015 at 12:54 | #14

    I would like to register for access to the downloads and the rest of the site, please, too.