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Re: memory tracer

RA Scheltema
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that works like a charm
how you figured that out, i don't wanna know
but hey it works

> I had the same problems with VC++.
> Check out the code in the following links:
> My work around solution was to use #define's to redirect the code to a
> differently named operator.
> #define delete debug_ext::debug_mem_allocation(__FILE__, __LINE__,
> __FUNCTION__)-
> That redirects the delete statements to operator()- of the
> debug_mem_allocation class.
> The BIG draw back to this method is that code calling delete[]
> operator fails to work with it.
> There's a work around solution for that problem too. Read the
> debuglogger.cpp commented section, and you'll see examples and usuage
> definitions.
> In the commented section look for the debug_mem_allocation class.

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