Re: Memory Leak
From: Garance A Drosihn (drosih_at_rpi.edu)
Date: Sun, 23 May 2004 15:05:25 -0400 To: "Daniel O'Connor" <firstname.lastname@example.org>, email@example.com
At 2:45 PM +0930 5/23/04, Daniel O'Connor wrote:
>There is valgrind..
>I thought it was in ports but I can't see it.
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Date: Sat, 22 May 2004 21:46:32 +0200
From: Simon Barner <firstname.lastname@example.org>
To: Cole <email@example.com>
Subject: Looking for a ports committer for valgrind (Re: Memory Leak)
> I just wanted to know what programs any of you have used to
> track down a memory leak in your programs?
this reminds me of something... :-/
I created a port for Doug Rabson's FreeBSD port of valgrind .
He considered my work ready for the ports tree, but he also said
that that he doesn't do any ports commits these days.
So, could somebody please have a look at the ports (there is a
stable and a development version of valgrind) to be found at ?
If they get committed, PR ports/65585 can be closed as well (also
approved by Doug).
It's a pity that I forgot that excellent memory debugging tool,
most notably because all the work has already been done, and the
ports were only rotting around. :-(
Cole, in order two answer your question at least a little bit:
valgrind is great at detecting memory leaks and much more,
e.g. out-of-bound array access, ...
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