tools for debugging win32
I'm just wondering if there's any tool to detect something like gdi leaks, memory leaks and such for programming in windows. I notice windows task manager actually shows how many handles the system are using, and info such as memory used, but it's not too detailed to figure out what handles the program are using etc..
Someone on this forum (can't remember who, sorry) pointed winspy++ to me. I was wondering if theres any programs of the like.
It's just that in linux, you can use valgrind to do memory leak detection. And in linux, theres bounds error checking for gcc (which was veery useful when i was developing my assignments on it).
But then in windows, whenever it crashes, all I get is a dialog box asking for "send error" message. Understanding the error report is impossible for me, and I have no way of knowing what's happening.
So yeah, I really do think i'm missing something.