Memory analyzer for Turbo Pascal 6.0

Hello,

I'm trying to troubleshoot a rather elusive memory corruption bug in a mountain of old Borland Turbo Pascal 6.0 code.  I'm in search of something akin to Purify which will alert me to suspect memory allocations, deallocations, reads, writes, etc.  Does such a beast exist?  My web searches have proven generally fruitless and I'm getting to my wit's end with this admittedly venerable code!

Thanks!
goku3989Asked:
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CoolBreezeConnect With a Mentor Commented:
have you tried this?
http://www.filelibrary.com:8080/cgi-bin/freedownload/DOS/h/77/hdeb20s.zip
A heap debugger, though for TP 7.0, it might work for 6.0?

as mlmcc mentioned, TP 6.0 is old, so your best bet might be to debug the code yourself.
Try to isolate the problem.
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mlmccCommented:
I doubt any tools like that exist.  First TP6 is rather old and no longer supported.

Do you have any clues where the leak might be?  Can you post the relevant code?

mlmcc
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goku3989Author Commented:
Unfortunately, I'm not really sure where the memory corruption is occuring and there's a considerable amount of code to go through.  That's why I'm in search of a tool.  I've found some memory check tools that work for TP 7.0; I was hoping (against hope) there might also something that works for 6.0.

-Matt
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