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November 28, 2016
Stephen Kellett

We’ve been quiet for a while, sorry about that.

Hi, It’s been a while since we posted anything on the blog. If you weren’t a customer, regularly receiving our software update emails you might […]

Development Memory
December 16, 2015
Stephen Kellett

Marmalade game SDK support

We’ve recently added support for the Marmalade game SDK to C++ Memory Validator. This article will show you how to configure a Marmalade project for […]

Development Memory
September 6, 2015
Stephen Kellett

How to speed up Memory Validator by changing DbgHelp version

Recently we’ve had a few customers contact to tell us they have experienced a dramatic reduction in speed when using C++ Memory Validator. We found […]

Development
July 23, 2015
Stephen Kellett

Changes to injection behaviour

We’ve just changed how we launch executables and attach to them at launch time. We’ve also changed how we inject into running executables. This blog […]

Development
January 4, 2015
Stephen Kellett

Changes to how we build our software

Starting with our first software release of 2015, we will start shipping software that uses the Visual Studio 2010 C runtime and MFC libraries. The […]

Development
August 12, 2014
Stephen Kellett

Visual Studio 2014 CTP

A few months ago Microsoft released the Community Technology Preview of Visual Studio 2014, also known as Visual Studio 2014 CTP. Installation Because this is […]

Development
August 12, 2014
Stephen Kellett

Support for Visual Studio 2014 CTP

Microsoft recently released the Community Technology Preview version of Visual Studio 2014, also known as Visual Studio 2014 CTP. Because it’s a technology preview Microsoft […]

Stephen Kellett

An End to Unwanted UAC prompts

We have just updated all of our software tools so that they no longer require administrator privileges to run. No more unwanted User Account Control […]

Development Porting to Win64
December 5, 2013
Stephen Kellett

64 bit tools leaving beta this month

For those of you keeping a keen eye on the version numbers of the various C++ 64 bit betas we have will have noticed that […]

Development
June 26, 2013
Stephen Kellett

DbgHelp search path

The problem One of the problems using DbgHelp.dll to read the symbols for your Visual Studio application is that sometimes your symbols do not load. […]

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