[Interest] Using dmalloc with Qt!

Lata Agrawal lata.agrawal at enrouteinc.com
Tue Mar 13 13:35:42 CET 2012

Thanks for replying. You mean I should port my QT application to Linux/x86
and then then analyze it with Valgrind. That is one option but there is
media player which I am using to play media files which I can only use on
Linux/MIPS device. So will not be able to get memory leaks from this media

But yes, testing on Linux/x86 would help me find other memory leaks (if


On 13 March 2012 17:38, Diego Iastrubni <diegoiast at gmail.com> wrote:

> On Tue, Mar 13, 2012 at 1:21 PM, Lata Agrawal <lata.agrawal at enrouteinc.com
> > wrote:
>> I am writing a QT application which runs on Linux/MIPS platform. I want
>> to use a memory detector tool for my QT application. After going through
>> this link<http://blog.kaushalgoa.com/2009/01/memory-leak-detection-tools.html>,
>> I understand that *dmalloc* would be the one which I can use. I am not
>> sure how to get started to use dmalloc with QT. I am using busybox shell on
>> Linux/MIPS device. Please help.
> My recommendation:
> Port this to linux/x86 (or amd64 or ARM) and use Valgrind. Just for
> development. When I faced problems on ARM, I ported my app to x86 and
> tested it with valgrind.
> BTW:
> Did you read this? http://dmalloc.com/docs/latest/online/dmalloc_toc.html


*Lata Agrawal
Senior Developer
En Route Media Pvt. Ltd.
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