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Posted 20 Jul 2009

Finding Undisposed Objects

, 13 Aug 2009
An application to find undisposed objects in your .NET application.
#pragma once

#include "TypeTracker.h"

class StackWalker
	StackWalker( TypeTracker &typeTracker) : m_TypeTracker(typeTracker) {}
	HRESULT WalkStack(CComPtr<ICorProfilerInfo2> pCorProfilerInfo);

	const std::vector<std::wstring> &GetStack() { return m_CurrentStack; }

	TypeTracker &m_TypeTracker;
	CComPtr<ICorProfilerInfo2> m_pCorProfilerInfo;

	std::vector<std::wstring> m_CurrentStack;
	static STDMETHODIMP StackWalkCallback(FunctionID funcId, UINT_PTR ip, COR_PRF_FRAME_INFO frameInfo, ULONG32 contextSize, BYTE context[], void *clientData);

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S. Senthil Kumar
Software Developer Atmel R&D India Pvt. Ltd.
India India
I'm a 27 yrs old developer working with Atmel R&D India Pvt. Ltd., Chennai. I'm currently working in C# and C++, but I've done some Java programming as well. I was a Microsoft MVP in Visual C# from 2007 to 2009.

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