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Hah. Not when the problem only shows up on Windows, where Valgrind isn't available. And gdb doesn't work. Of course, you are correct that Valgrind probably would have caught it, but ideally the _compiler_ should have issued a warning, but I must have missed it (?)


On Mon, 22 Aug 2005, Reed Hedges wrote:

Valgrind, dude.

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