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Is there something like Valgrind for windows when using CB?

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wanggaoteng:
Hi, there is a tool named Valgrind in the toolbar of CodeBlocks for the linux version, not for the windows version. The Valgrind is very useful.
Is there something like Valgrind for the windows to use for coding C/C++?

CJS:
I have found DrMemory to be very useful.  You install it, drag your .exe onto its icon, and after closing your app, it reports any issues in Notepad.
Home page:
http://drmemory.org/

raynebc:
Even though it doesn't support C++'s new and delete allocation/de-allocation mechanisms, I've been using MemWatch for several years.

wanggaoteng:

--- Quote from: CJS on April 07, 2019, 08:45:20 pm ---I have found DrMemory to be very useful.  You install it, drag your .exe onto its icon, and after closing your app, it reports any issues in Notepad.
Home page:
http://drmemory.org/

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Hi, CJS,
Thank you. Sorry for my late reply. I'll try DrMemory.
Thanks for posting the link of DrMemory.

wanggaoteng:

--- Quote from: raynebc on April 08, 2019, 06:45:52 pm ---Even though it doesn't support C++'s new and delete allocation/de-allocation mechanisms, I've been using MemWatch for several years.

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Hi, raynebc,
Thank you. Sorry for my late reply. I'll try MemWatch.

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