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Date:      Fri, 8 May 2009 14:49:45 +0400
From:      Sergey Zaharchenko <doublef-ctm@yandex.ru>
To:        Alexander Churanov <alexanderchuranov@gmail.com>
Cc:        freebsd-ports@freebsd.org, lifengkai <lifengkai@huawei.com>
Subject:   Re: An enquiry about valgrind porting to FreeBSD
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Hello Alexander!

Tue, May 05, 2009 at 04:28:20PM +0400 you wrote:

> Hi all!
>=20
> I am also interested in it. I have lots of questions about valgrind:
>=20
> 1) Is it working at all? I always receive SIGBUS on 7x.
> 2) Is our valgrind from http://valgrind.org/ or valgrind.kde.org?
> 3) valgrind.org lists 3.4.1 as latest release, but there is 3.52 in
> ports, how is it possible?
>=20
> I am teaching people C, C++ and UNIX API using FreeBSD at university.
> There is a need for memory-checking tool. Does anybody know any
> alternatives for FreeBSD 7?

Hardly an alternative, but devel/leaktracer might be of some help.
That's what I use. This is C++ only.

HAND,

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DoubleF
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