According to the IPP Manual (version 7.1) functions: ippiWTFwdFree_32f_C1R and ippiWTFwdFree_32f_C3R are marked deprecated. More specifically the manual says: "This function is obsolete and will be removed in a future release. Use new Resize API instead of this one. Use the following link for details: http://software.intel.com/en-us/articles/intel-ipp-71-deprecated-features/ ". However, I cannot find any information about the "new Resize API" and the functions corresponding to WTFwdInitAlloc are not marked deprecated. Could you give me a hint, how IppiWTFwdSpec_32f structures should be deallocated without using ippiWTFwdFree_32f_C1R?
Note, the example on page 886 still uses function ippiWTFwdFree_32f_C1R to free memory.
The manual refers to the "new Resize API". The compiler message is simply "warning: ‘ippiWTFwdFree_32f_C1R’ is deprecated (declared at /opt/intel/ipp/include/ippi.h:4992)"
Hm, this is the link of my initial forum post. Actually, the sub-website http://software.intel.com/en-us/articles/functions-deprecated-in-ipp-71/ is pretty useless. Functions ippiWTFwdFree_* and ippiWTInvFree_* are marked as obsolete, but no replacement is given ...
Maybe, I missed something?