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 Where to get "dbmalloc"?
I have heard that there is a public domain program called "dbmalloc"
that is something like the commercial product "purify". This can
suppossedly help me find runtime memory leaks. Does anyone know about this?
Where can I get it?

Thanks,
John Skinner (skin...@bnl.gov)



 Sat, 07 Sep 1996 04:18:29 GMT   
 Where to get "dbmalloc"?
In article <1994Mar21.201829.26...@bnlux1.bnl.gov>, skin...@bnlux1.bnl.gov (john m skinner) writes:

dbmalloc is not public domain.  It is copyrighted by me.  The most
recent posting was at PL14 in Sept of 92 to the newsgroup comp.sources.misc.
It should be available at an archive site near you.

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 Sat, 07 Sep 1996 23:22:17 GMT   
 
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