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Description du projet

Memcheck provides the ability to fault on pointer

overrun (read or write) or freed pointer

deference (read or write), logs double free and realloc of already freed pointers and memory not freed on exit, checks for pointer underrun on free and realloc, optionally reverses the behavior of overrun and underrun, "churns" reallocations to always return a different pointer, and logs pointer overruns instead of faulting. It has a very small performance impact, with the tradeoff of a large memory footprint. It includes a validation test suite to verify correctness of the library. It is tested on a variety of architectures, including Alpha, ARM, HPPA, PPC, ix86, IA64, rs6000, S390, SPARC, and SPARC64. It is tested on a variety of platforms, including OSF, FreeBSD, NetBSD, OpenBSD, Linux, HP/UX, Mac OSX, AIX, SCO, and Solaris.

Système requise

System requirement is not defined
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2003-07-28 18:04 Retour à la liste release
0.1.3

Le système de construction est revenue à utiliser une version non-CVS de libtool / autoconf, les bibliothèques, car la version CVS causé partagée d'être créé sans le suffixe «. Si« l'extension dans le nom. Un soutien partiel pour l'sparc64-unknown-linux plate-forme a été ajouté. Le «jamais libéré» le message n'est plus écrit à la fin de l'application d'une manière synchrone. Cela se traduit par une vitesse importante donnée à la fin du processus.
Tags: Major bugfixes, Stable
The build system was reverted to use a non-CVS
version of libtool/autoconf, since the CVS version
caused shared libraries to be created without the
'.so' extension in the name. Partial support for
the sparc64-unknown-linux platform was added. The
"Never freed" message is no longer written at the
termination of the application in a synchronous
manner. This results in a significant speed-up at
process termination.

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