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Patches item #1430820, was opened at 02/13/06 09:49
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>Status: Closed
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Priority: 5
Submitted By: Kevin J Bluck (kbluck)
Assigned to: Roland Schwarz (speedsnail)
Summary: [thread] [tss_hook.cpp] Suppress MSVC CRT memory leak report

Initial Comment:
MSVC CRT memory debugger pedantically complains about
an unreleased singleton allocation. Although the
consensus is that this is a harmless annoyance, it does
cause some concern for MSVC users who don't know what
is happening. Issue discussed in this Boost mailing
list thread:

http://lists.boost.org/boost-users/2005/08/13538.php 

Attached is a patch for tss_hook.cpp, which uses the
function _CrtSetDbgFlag to temporarily turn off heap
allocation tracking for the particular allocation in
question. It should have no effect except on MSVC debug
builds. On my configuration (msvc-8_0) it eliminates
the leak warnings.

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Comment By: Roland Schwarz (speedsnail)
Date: 03/18/06 12:12

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I will look into this, since AFAIK Michael Glassford
currently is not available.

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