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One more reason to have an ARC win32 compiler: tracking down memory leaks efficiently

The Wiert Corner – One of the reasons it is so hard to write ARC a compatible source base is that there is no Delphi ARC win32 compiler. So you have to debug your memory issues using the remote debugging capabilities which – besides very slow – are unstable at best. This is the number 1 reason I have been asking for a Delphi ARC win32 compiler integrated with the native Delphi win32 debugger. Hopefully [WayBack] A second example of memory usage/leaks on linux using TTask (but only running one at a time) inside a loop will show memory usage increasing depending o… – Andrew Pratt – ...
Favorite? Off-Topic? jpluimers @ 2018-06-07 19:04

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