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Where is Memory Sleuth ?

Posted on 2004-08-20
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I have a leakage issue and my D7 companion CD has a version of memory sleuth that requires an activation code.
Turbopower seems to have gone away.  Everybody seems to think that Memory Sleuth is a great solution for this problem.  Does anyone know the latest on this ?

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Richard
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by:Madshi
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Can't say anything about TurboPower. But you might want to try MemProof. I'm using it and it works fine for detecting memory/resource leaks. However, last time I checked it had problems with Delphi7 SP1. It works well with Delphi7 without any SP, though.
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For me MemCheck if the best solutions for memory leaks:

http://v.mahon.free.fr/pro/freeware/memcheck/

It is just one unit, simple to use, the instruction are written as comments in the file header.
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by:jschmied
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I have good results with
http://www.automatedqa.com/downloads/memproof.asp

its free

Bye

Juergen
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