Re-allocate memory to newsize bytes.
pointer to previously allocated memory (or NULL).
the new required size in bytes.
pointer to the re-allocated memory of newsize bytes, or NULL if out of memory.
In contrast to mi_realloc(), if NULL is returned, the original pointer p is freed (if it was not NULL itself). Otherwise the original pointer is either freed or returned as the reallocated result (in case it fits in-place with the new size). If the pointer p is NULL, it behaves as mi_malloc(newsize). If newsize is larger than the original size allocated for p, the bytes after size are uninitialized.