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I've built a DLL in C++Builder 3.0 that I want to examine for memory leaks.  What thirds party solutions, commerical and shareware, are out there that I could use?
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You can use the boundschecker utilites from numega.  They are a little expensive but very good.

You could switch to VC and use the built-in memory leak checking features.

You could overload new and delete and create your own leak checking library.
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You have minimum 2 optionc with BCB:
1. You can use CodeGuard, that must be in you BCB cdrom
2. You can use MemProof tool. For example from http://www.poboxes.com/astoyanov/index.htm
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