Glen Gray here just pointed out
memprof which doesn't need a recompilation
of programs and graphically shows you
allocations & deletions. Seems very useful.
Dunphy Richard-rdunph01 wrote:
>>efence is for checking if you go outside the
>>bounds of your dynamically allocated mem.
>>>>To find leaks you need:
>>checker or mpr
>>>>very good 10 pages on this in "Linux Application
>>Development" by Michael K. Johnson and Erik W.
>>Troan, who both work @ redhat by the way.
>>>>mpatrol is also very useful, and gcov for code coverage...
>>Another good book is 'Professional Linux Programming' by Neil Matthew and Richard Stone -> ISBN:1861003013
>>and of course the 'Beginning Linux Programming' by the same authors -> ISBN: 1861002971
>>The first has a complete chapter on testing tools. well worth a read.
>>Amazon have them at very reasonable prices....
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