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pchen
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Joined: Apr 15, 2004
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Does anyone know of any free to demo downloads for memory leak detection of sorts for LINUX? We're maintaining and OLD (!!!) system in conjunction with our affiliates in India and Shanghai, China, which uses an AWT/Swing GUI, a CORBA IIOP interface and API's written in C/C++. I'm looking for a tool that we can use to look for memory leaks.


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pchen
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Thanks. I will check these out. We have purify for UNIX currently. We just need one for our LINUX platform.
 
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