This patch is part of our efforts to support container annotations with (almost) every allocator.
Annotating std::deque with default allocator is implemented in D132092.
Support in ASan API exests since rG1c5ad6d2c01294a0decde43a88e9c27d7437d157.
The motivation for a research and those changes was a bug, found by Trail of Bits, in a real code where an out-of-bounds read could happen as two strings were compared via a std::equals function that took iter1_begin, iter1_end, iter2_begin iterators (with a custom comparison function).
When object iter1 was longer than iter2, read out-of-bounds on iter2 could happen. Container sanitization would detect it.
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