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Wed, 7 May 1997 14:03:13 +0200
Stephen Schwarm's message of Wed, 7 May 1997 07:49:28 -0400
Ada addicts (see http://ada.eu.org/)
>>>>> "Stephen" == Stephen Schwarm <[log in to unmask]> writes:
Stephen> I'm in need of a tool to help find memory leaks in Ada
Stephen> programs running on Solaris 2.5. Does any one know of such a
Stephen> tool? This is for a program that has gone though a lot of
Stephen> changes by many people. It curently is being compiled by
Stephen> GNAT, but we would be willing to buy another Ada 95 compiler
Stephen> to address the issues.
Try "plumber". It's freely available AFAIK, and if you can't find it
just drop me a note and I'll send it as an attachement.
Plumber is a tool that replaces the normal library versions of NEW and
UNCHECKED_DEALLOCATION under Ada and malloc and free under C or
C++. It currently supports:
OS Arch Compilers
SunOS 4.1 sparc SunAda 1.1, gnat 3.01, gcc, g++
Solaris sparc SunAda 2.1, gnat 3.01, gcc, g++
Linux i386 gnat 3.01, gcc, g++
The program runs normally, but when the program finishes execution it
generates a log file that lists all of the unfreed memory blocks.
Note that this READ_ME excerpt comes from plumber 1.6 which is
probably an old version. You should be able to find a more recent
version on the WWW.
Samuel Tardieu -- [log in to unmask]