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How to see if there are any memory leaks (Visual Studio 6, DirectX)

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Well, the title says it all. Setting thing up, ok. But what do I have to de-initialize? And how? How do I find out if I don''t have any memory leaks or other wrong/not de-initialized things? If it helps, I use Visual Studio 6 enterprise edition and the DirectX API. Any other hints on this topic are welcome too Thanks in advance!

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I''ve read someone has written a layer on
alloc stuffs (new/delete, malloc/free) which
is totally transparent that is exactly do
what you''re looking for.
But i can''t remember his name ... Try in
the code of the day database here @ GD or
maybe an article.
Hope it helps

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