@@ -148,3 +148,11 @@ up-front that this is a read-only pointer. Perhaps more
importantly, if we're diligent about this, when you see a non-const
pointer, you're guaranteed that it is used to modify the storage
it points to, or it is aliased to another pointer that is.
+7. Low level memory management
+Use of the malloc/free/realloc/calloc APIs is not allowed in the QEMU
+codebase. Instead of these routines, use the replacement