One of the MOST IMPORTANT things to check memory leak with RuntimeChecker is create PDB files.
Next diagram shows how to create PDB file for debug version and release version.
2. Copy PDB fles
Copy PDB files to the directories of their corresponding EXE,DLL or OCX files.
Make sure copy the latest PDB files the directories, especially after changing code.
This step is very important!!!
Usually you need to check whether PDB files are consistant whenever you find call stack
information looks strange or wrong.
3. Choose the target application
Customer can either use RuntimeChecker to create a process or attach to a running process
Modules setting is to choose which modules will be monitored.
Run the application by clicking the "Run" button on setting window.
6. Checking result
Shut down the target application GRACEFULLY.(You should not kill your application from task manager)
All of the memory leak will be showed on memory usage tab. The upper window shows the allocated memory
and the call stacks. The other windows shows the source code if you double click the call stack with line
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