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    Tracking down memory leaks

    Any hints for tracking down memory leaks? We have an application that appears to leak anywhere between 100 and 1100 bytes per iteration (of viewing & returning from an HTML screen). I suspect the problem's in the Qt HTML support, but it would be nice to be able to narrow it down a bit more.

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    Re: Tracking down memory leaks

    You can use the HookLogger tool on Symbian emulator with extended panic codes enabled. Enable heap logging for your executable, check the address of first leaked cell in the ALLOC panic note and then use HookLogger to find the code line that allocated that heap cell.

    Search the forums/wiki for HookLogger for more usage information.

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