Re: memory debugging and C++ (program keeps crashing)
Now that you found the bug, do you still hold the same opinion on each
program you posted?
Here is some question and supplemental info I did not supply.
On Sun, Sep 29, 2002 at 02:01:38PM +1000, Brian May wrote:
> On Sat, Sep 28, 2002 at 08:10:27PM -0700, Osamu Aoki wrote:
> > * njamd
> reports heaps of memory leaks even before my program starts.
> > * valgrind
> requires unstable.
How was compiled from source binary in stable acting?
This seems to be most popular.
> > * memwatch
> Couldn't find this in Debian.
It is listed in GNU site.
> > * libgc6
> Couldn't work out how to use it; linking against it has no apparent
> affect (or maybe this just means no leaks detected?)
> > * Insure++ from Parasoft. (non-free, commercial for fee)
> I suspect some sort of memory allocation error, but can't think
> of what would cause this problem. I was very careful not to free
> any memory still in use for instance (although I can't guarantee
> that there wasn't anything I missed).
You were right on :-)
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