From: Gennadiy Rozental (rogeeff_at_[hidden])
Date: 2007-12-18 12:57:31
Thomas Thorp <tthorp <at> ingersoll.com> writes:
> In trying to track down a memory leak with my code (using Deleaker, VS2005,
> Windows XP, boost 1.34.1 from boost consulting), I'm getting the folowing
> message as being the source of a memory leak. This partiular list, shows
> the line where the memory was allocated. My question is, is this a valid
> error, or one I should just ignore?
> Thanks in advance
> ING_PostProcessorParsePFDataTesting.exe!_heap_alloc_base Line 105
Did you send an issue report to Microsoft as well?
> og_formatter::log_start Line 49 (c:\documents and
I don't think these are valid. One above for example if trivial function:
compiler_log_formatter::log_start( std::ostream& output, counter_t
if( test_cases_amount > 0 )
output << "Running " << test_cases_amount << " test "
<< (test_cases_amount > 1 ? "cases" : "case") << "...\n";
Boost.Test trcks memory itself with MS runtime. I would report one if it
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