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Memory leak investigation: Part 2

Memory leak investigation: Part 2: Windows Performance Toolkit: Detecting Memory Leaks
Memory leak investigation: Part 2: Windows Performance Toolkit: Detecting Memory Leaks

Now that there is a better idea as to how the application is performing memory management its time to perform call stack walking but this time on the commit stack. The commit stack is the call path to that memory resource allocation, which functions were called and in what order that eventually lead to the memory being allocated for that bitmap or other object. These function calls will give a good idea of what objects in memory need to be released in order to prevent the memory leak issue that causes the OpenCV application to crash.

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