masterdeveloper Posted October 5, 2017 Share Posted October 5, 2017 Good afternoon to everyone in the community, I'm writing from Brazil. My Unigui version is "uni-188.8.131.520". I need to scan my system, I need to find all the places where there is a memory leak. To do this, I thought about using EurekaLog. I ran the test using the UNIGUI demo, located at: ..uniGUI \ Utils \ EurekaLog \ Demos \ Standalone \ test.dproj To configure EurekaLog, I used the recommended settings at: "..uniGUI \ Utils \ EurekaLog \ uniGUI.eof" My doubt is: - Is EurekaLog able to find 'MemoryLeak' in an application made in UNIGUI? So far the conclusion I got was: EurekaLog is able to write 'Acess Violation' log, but not 'MemoryLeak'. Has anyone used EurekaLog + UNIGUI to detect "MemoryLeak"? I got in touch with EurekaLog support, and got the following response: "Is EurekaLog capable of capturing 'MemoryLeak' in systems made in Framework Unigui? Isn't that a Web Services framework like IntraWeb? In such an application it is difficult to measure leaks. This is because web service applications are never shut down. This makes it difficult to tell if a memory allocation is legitimate or if it is an unfreed leak. In a normal EXE we store information about each heap allocation in a database located in RAM. As blocks of heap memory are freed, they are removed from the database. At shutdown we simply make a list of each un-freed memory allocations and the stack trace that produced each one. You will not see a leaks report if there were no actual leaks or the leaks were known ones in the RTL or other places." I thank the attention. att Lucas Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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