debugging memory allocations
seth at cql.com
Wed Feb 2 15:30:58 EST 2005
Duncan Coutts wrote:
>I'm looking for advice on how to figure out why some piece of code is
>allocating memory when I think it ought to be able to work in constant
>In these cases we cannot turn on traditional profiling since that would
>interfere with the optimisations we are relying on to eliminate most of
>the other memory allocations.
I don't understand why you can't use profiling as a debugging tool. How
would profileing, ifor test purposes, cause other things to break?
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