Visual Leak Detector for Visual C++


Visual Leak Detector is a free, robust, open-source memory leak detection system for Visual C++

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by Evgeny Krivoshein | July 18 2016


by Franck Mesirard | June 23 2016

Very good and easy to use.

The installation file will put the headers wherever it needs to and then you just need to put the include line as indicated. Brilliant.

PS: on a solution with multiple projects you had to put the include in the project with the leak (or to be safe in all the projects)

by juliecamp | June 13 2016

This utility does not install. It insists that Visual Studio is open (it is not, I even rebooted to remove memory fragments), but seems to be able to move past this. It fails accessing 64-bit keys ... on my 32-bit Windows system.

by ransoor | April 22 2015

So I downloaded it, and the visual studio doesnt recognize the #include <vld.h>, any suggestions?

by millisecond | September 04 2014

by MetaViewSoft | August 19 2014

Thank you for sharing. Very usefull tool.

by boopompom | May 24 2014

Great tool for debugging C++ in Visual Studio 2013! Thanks a lot for your contribution!

by amsgeo | October 18 2013

by ahzhe | July 31 2012


by Divyanand M S | April 20 2012

Extremely useful. Have tried with projects with 2million+ LOC and saved many days of effort.

by Ehsan Mohammadi | October 04 2011

Thanks, it's great!

by Arkady Shapkin | May 31 2010