Deleaker Add-in for Visual C++ 1.1
Deleaker Add-in For Visual C++ 1.1 Get Rid Of Any Lea...
Debugging has always been a headache for program developers. As bugs go, some of the most difficult to find are leaks, especially in graphics device interface (GDI) objects and menus. Even a small leak can drown the ship of your system' s performance. You cannot afford to miss even a single one.
Deleaker is an effective solution to this problem. First, it provides you with information on all GDI objects created while your application is running. For almost all of these objects, you will get a full stack, which helps you to see where exactly in the source code each GDI object was created. A simple double click on the stack entry and the editor will open the file with source code at the corresponding line. Next comes the most important point: when your application exits, Deleaker will provide you with a list of GDI objects that were created but that were not deleted.
Plenty of tools exist to help track down memory leaks, but there are very few good tools to help track GDI resource leaks that can ruin performance on any Windows operating system. And all of them have one major problem, they tremendously slow down the performance of your application. Deleaker is tightly integrated into the Visual Studio development environment and you can be sure that it will not affect the speed of your application. Leaks are possible, even in robust Windows-based applications. Deleaker will find them for you.
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Today we announce the unveiling of Deleaker, a run-time error detection and debugging tool for Visual C++ developers. Deleaker is a useful add-in for Visual Studio 2003-2008 that helps you to analyze programming errors, many of which are unique to Visual C++. With Deleaker you can detect and localize resource leaks such as memory, GDI and USER objects, handles.
Leaks are possible, even in robust Windows-based applications. As bugs go, leaks are some of the most difficult to find, especially when they occur in graphics device interface (GDI) objects. Generally speaking, leaks appear when you forget to release a system resource. Even if the documentation states that Windows takes care of releasing the resource used by a process when it exits, this is not enough for server applications that must be extremely reliable. Even a little leak can bring down the system if it occurs many times. You have to find those leaks! This is when Deleaker enters the stage. First thing you do is activate Deleaker before starting your application (it is really easy – just go to the Main menu - > Tools - > Deleaker). Then, while your application is running, Deleaker provides you with the information on created GDI objects. For almost all these objects you will get full stack, which helps you to see where each GDI object was created. At this point you are only one step away from detecting where in your source code a certain object was created. Simply double click the stack entry and the editor will open the file with source code at the corresponding line. And the most important - when your application exits, Deleaker will notify you of GDI objects that were created but were not deleted.
Plenty of tools exist to help track down memory leaks. But there are very few good tools to help track GDI resource leaks that can ruin performance on any Windows operating system. And all of them have one major “ leak” – they slow down the performance of your application tremendously. With Deleaker you can always track what resources were created between a start and stop points, display what those resources are and, pay attention, it DOESN’ T slow down your application, as it is highly integrated into Visual Studio development environment. Deleaker is a cheap, robust and effective way to cope with GDI leak.
Deleaker Benefits at a Glance:
Full stack for almost all detected GDI / USER objects, handles and allocated memory blocks, so that you can not only find a bottleneck, but also determine what caused that bottleneck;
Almost no application slow down thanks to deep Visual Studio development environment integration;
Pricing and Availability
Deleaker costs $99 (USD) for a Single Developer License. For more information, please visit www. deleaker. com
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What is new in official Deleaker Add-in for Visual C++ 1.1 software version? - A few bug fixed. What is expected in the future? Newly-made Deleaker Add-in for Visual C++ 1.2 be downloaded from current page, we also looking forward to unconfirmed 1.3 release build. You may download DeleakerSetup.zip directly, estimated download time by ISDN or CDMA [~128 kbit/s] is 0:00:49. Just write the reviews of the Deleaker Add-in for Visual C++. System requirements are Win2k or higher, Visual Studio 2003 or higher. Program has been scanned and verified by the several antivirus and anti-spyware applications and Deleaker Add-in for Visual C++ found to be clean. No guide or Deleaker Add-in for Visual C++ tutorial available. The following languages are supported by Deleaker Add-in for Visual C++: English.