Memory Leaks

From the debug log:

{123456} normal block at 0x051274E0, 64 bytes long.
Data: < X @ . > F6 E6 0C BE 58 C7 9F 40 9B 98 2E C2 00 00 00 00
Object dump complete.

123456? Ok...

seven comments, already:

wxWidgets dump, right? ;-)
matt (link) - 26 06 06 - 21:51

Yup – looks like a wxWidgets thing to me too :)

Suppose it’s better than “DEAD BEEF” and the like.
—EK
Eternl Knight () - 27 06 06 - 03:01

or b4df00d
Gothi[c] (link) - 27 06 06 - 07:14

at least its a multiple of 8
keless () - 28 06 06 - 18:13

hehe :) But it was the built-in visual studio leak detecting, not wxWidgets as far as I remember. :)
niko - 28 06 06 - 20:07

Why not to #define _CRTDBG_MAP_MALLOC before including crtdbg.h and see where that block was allocated? :)
Dinosaur - 06 07 06 - 11:07

because I disabled it for some special files, when for example some classes overload the new. :)
niko - 06 07 06 - 17:48


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