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Memory
December 10, 2020
Stephen Kellett

What’s new with Memory Validator

There are many changes coming to Memory Validator. I’m going to describe the various changes and the reasons behind them. Name Change The first one […]

Memory
June 1, 2020
Stephen Kellett

Memory leak in CPngImage

A memory leak in a surprising place We’ve recently been doing some work switching our resources in our programs from BMP (using CBitmap) to PNG […]

Memory
April 21, 2020
Stephen Kellett

Detecting memory leaks in ISAPI extensions

Three weeks ago I wrote about how to setup IIS for use with ISAPI extensions. Today I’m going to show you how easy it is […]

Coverage Memory Profiler Thread
February 11, 2020
Stephen Kellett

Monitoring a service with the NT Service API

Debugging services is a pain. There is a lot that can go wrong and very little you can do to find out what went wrong. […]

Memory
September 4, 2018
Stephen Kellett

There’s more than one way to leak a GDI object

Working with GDI in Windows, whether you’re using Win32 calls or MFC, you’re concerned with pens, brushs, fonts, bitmaps and regions for drawing. You may […]

Memory Test Setup
June 6, 2018
Stephen Kellett

Detecting memory leaks in Visual Test unit tests

Introduction We recently had a request asking if C++ Memory Validator could detect memory leaks in unit tests managed by Microsoft’s Visual Test and Visual […]

Announcements Memory
December 18, 2015
Stephen Kellett

Fix for FALSE positive memory leak report VS 2015 Update 1

We’ve just released a V6.54 of C++ Memory Validator. This contains a bug fix for FALSE positive memory leak reports when working with Release mode […]

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 […]

A slight change in direction

When we started the business in 2002 we just wanted to launch a C/C++ memory analysis tool that could do things none of the other […]

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