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Old times I've used the BoundsChecker for C++ memory leaks detection. It was very good for 32 bit but never worked 100% under 64 bit, no newer API's support, so we dropped this tool.
- Just wonder how nowdays the C++ developers cope with the memory leaks?
Now I'm working with Visual Studio 2015. Any new tools/techniques to fight the memory leaks?


What I have tried:

nothing yet ......................
Posted 13-Sep-17 7:09am
Updated 13-Sep-17 7:42am

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Solution 1

Using Visual Studio 2015, you have built-in profiler. There may be others but this one works pretty well.

Check Here!.

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