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Subject: Re: [Boost-users] looking for a memory leak in an asio based application
From: Sergei Nikulov (sergey.nikulov_at_[hidden])
Date: 2017-10-05 14:11:08

2017-10-05 16:35 GMT+03:00 David Medine via Boost-users
> I know that the answer to this question is always 'no'. But is it possible,
> just possible that one can leak memory out of boost::asio?
> Let me explain. I work on an open source client/server data streaming
> library for multi-modal data streaming called labstreaminglayer
> ( At the core of the data
> transmission architecture is boost::asio. Now, to avoid calling collisions,
> the original author of the library shipped the source code with a
> name-mangled version of boost. Over the years this has yet to be updated so
> we are still relying on boost 1.57.

According to the release notices, there is no memory leak was fixed since 1.57

> It's a long-shot, I know.

Thy this tool:
It really saves a lot of time.

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Sergei Nikulov

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