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Last week we introduced the command line builder to all our Validator tools.
If you write software for any length of time you’ll have seen your software fail in a variety of ways.
We’ve changed the display of data on all of our tree controls that are used to display callstacks and call trees. The old method of […]
If you’re using Delphi or 32 bit C++ Builder your compiler/linker produces symbols in TDS format. TDS means Turbo Debugger Symbols – it’s an old […]
In a previous article I wrote about how to identify crashes in the Windows Event Log. You need to use the Windows Event Viewer, inspect […]
It’s an unfortunate and inevitable fact that while developing software sometimes your software will crash. This also happens, sometimes, hopefully very infrequently, in production code. […]
We were recently asked if Memory Validator could handle monitoring a program that took it’s input from a file and wrote its’ output to a […]
Multi-threading is becoming quite common these days. It’s a useful way to provide a responsive user interface while performing work at the same time. Our […]
Visual Studio menu support We’ve just added support for integrating tool menus into Visual Studio. This integration supports most of our tools. The menu only […]