My app loads 3rd party DLL's.  There is a freeware 3rd party DLL I
distribute which has a memory leak in a rare situation.  The DLL source is
not available.


Unloading the DLL doesn't free the RAM.  I guess Windows doesn't keep track
of RAM allocations within DLL's.  Is there any ability to determine the RAM
allocated by the DLL and force this to be released when the DLL is unloaded?
I'm guessing not but thought I would ask.




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