exude 0.7.3

An easy to use memory debugger for BSD and Linux, from the developers of Cyphertite

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What's new in exude 0.7.3:

  • This is a general release.
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LICENSE TYPE:
ISC License (ISCL) 
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DEVELOPED BY:
Conformal Systems, LLC.
HOMEPAGE:
opensource.conformal.com
CATEGORY:
ROOT \ Programming \ Debuggers
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exude - Installing the libexude library under the Arch Linux operating system
exude is an open source, simple and easy to use memory debugger for UNIX systems, including Linux and BSD, implemented as a shell script.

Created by the same company that developed the amazing Cyphertite software, a cryptography tool for securely storing all your important data, exude enhances standard memory allocation calls by using simple replacements, designed to add more functionality.

exude can keep track of whether memory was previously allocated, and it also prevents common errors like memory leaks, double frees, etc.

After installation, the project will install a libexude library in /usr/local/lib.

Last updated on September 25th, 2013

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