> > That's a good news. It eliminate the need to investigate for the SSL
> > Have a look at your global dynamic variables and dynamic variables
> > assigned
> > to forms which have the same timelife as the program.
> Everything is created in runtime.
> Basically, I created an object that I can use in a program or in a
> It's easier to test it as a program.
> Streams and bitmaps are created and freed continuously. (5kb to 2Mb)

If I remember well, FatsMM has a function to dump allocated block list.
Using it, you could see what is filling the memory after some time and
discover your bug.

> I never tried it before, but maybe it's possible to reuse a stream instead
> of free + recreate.

It is always interesting to reuse objects instead of destroying them and
recreate a fresh copy. But speaking about stream, it depends on the type of
stream. A TFileStream has to be destroyed to close the file.

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