[ace-users] FW: checking application for memory leaks

Steve Huston shuston at riverace.com
Wed Sep 19 09:26:13 CDT 2007

Hi Kim,

> But is'nt it the idea that the memory allocation rutines will be
> overloaded to be able to track the leak?

Yes, with the mechanism you're trying to use that's the case.

> And if you include them after ACE includes, this won't happen

Correct. This memory tracking scheme and the ACE restrictions on
header file placement are at odds here. You have two choices:

1. Use a different memory tracking scheme such as Purify, which Doug

2. Develop, or sponsor, necessary changes to remove ACE's restrictions
on header file placement.

Best regards,

Steve Huston, Riverace Corporation
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