Francois on Programming – … you may end up chasing memory leaks that don’t exist. I was at work investigating some bizarre behavior of our application when dealing with a big customer file and I had ReportMemoryLeaksOnShutdown turned on as it was very likely there was some memory leaked. So, I donned my LeakBuster suit, armed my LeakBlaster and started hunting the leaks, trying different workflows with different code-paths, putting some Breakpoints here or there with some Watches, and sure enough, I got a bunch of memory leaks reported upon closing the application. But those were somewhat bizarre, mainly ...
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