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From: Christian Henning (chhenning_at_[hidden])
Date: 2006-10-26 10:20:22
Hi Christopher, I think we can drop that issue for now. I cannot find
my MFC program that produced the leaks. I'm sure that if there is a
problem with MFC's leak detector it will come up again. Sorry for the
On 10/24/06, Christopher Kohlhoff <chris_at_[hidden]> wrote:
> Hi Christian,
> Christian Henning wrote:
> > Hi Christopher, attached to this email is a server and a
> > client program. They are console program but they are using
> > MFC's new operator. It's assumed that boost is in c:\boost and
> > the libs are in c:\boost\stage\lib . If that is not correct on
> > your machine you need to change some settings.
> > It's OK to run them just a few seconds. MFC will report quite
> > a few memory leaks. Also Purify is reporting the leaks.
> > Let me know when you are having any issues.
> I haven't got to the point of reproducing it yet, but I do have
> a couple of questions:
> - Am I supposed to shut the processes down using Control-C? If
> so, there will almost certainly be leaks unless you have
> installed a "console control handler".
> - I notice that the '#define new DEBUG_NEW' line occurs after
> the inclusion of stdafx.h. Doesn't this mean it won't affect
> the uses of 'new' in the Boost.Asio header files?
> Sorry if these are stupid questions -- I don't know anything
> about the MFC leak tracking.
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