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Dmalloc Tutorial: Index of Concepts
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%h4.2 How to Use the Dmalloc Program
%i4.2 How to Use the Dmalloc Program
%p4.2 How to Use the Dmalloc Program
%t4.2 How to Use the Dmalloc Program
%u4.2 How to Use the Dmalloc Program

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-disable-cxx2.1 How to Install the Library
-enable-shlib2.1 How to Install the Library
-enable-threads2.1 How to Install the Library

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.dmallocrc file4.5 Format of the Runtime Configuration File

0
0332 character4.4 Description of the Debugging Tokens
0337 character4.4 Description of the Debugging Tokens
0xda character4.4 Description of the Debugging Tokens
0xdf character4.4 Description of the Debugging Tokens

1
1, error code3.6 Description of the Internal Error Codes
10, error code3.6 Description of the Internal Error Codes
11, error code3.6 Description of the Internal Error Codes
13, error code3.6 Description of the Internal Error Codes

2
2, error code3.6 Description of the Internal Error Codes
20, error code3.6 Description of the Internal Error Codes
21, error code3.6 Description of the Internal Error Codes
218 character4.4 Description of the Debugging Tokens
22, error code3.6 Description of the Internal Error Codes
223 character4.4 Description of the Debugging Tokens
23, error code3.6 Description of the Internal Error Codes
24, error code3.6 Description of the Internal Error Codes
25, error code3.6 Description of the Internal Error Codes
26, error code3.6 Description of the Internal Error Codes
27, error code3.6 Description of the Internal Error Codes
28, error code3.6 Description of the Internal Error Codes

3
30, error code3.6 Description of the Internal Error Codes
332 character4.4 Description of the Debugging Tokens
337 character4.4 Description of the Debugging Tokens

4
40, error code3.6 Description of the Internal Error Codes
41, error code3.6 Description of the Internal Error Codes
43, error code3.6 Description of the Internal Error Codes
45, error code3.6 Description of the Internal Error Codes

6
60, error code3.6 Description of the Internal Error Codes
61, error code3.6 Description of the Internal Error Codes
67, error code3.6 Description of the Internal Error Codes

7
70, error code3.6 Description of the Internal Error Codes
72, error code3.6 Description of the Internal Error Codes
73, error code3.6 Description of the Internal Error Codes

A
abort3.4 Generating a Core File on Errors
address list error3.6 Description of the Internal Error Codes
address locating4.3 Environment Variable Name and Features
address setting4.3 Environment Variable Name and Features
admin list error3.6 Description of the Internal Error Codes
alias, shell2.2 Getting Started with the Library
alias, shell4.1 Using a Shell Alias with the Utility
alloc failed error3.6 Description of the Internal Error Codes
alloc-blank4.4 Description of the Debugging Tokens
allocation basics2.3 Basic Description of Terms and Functions
allocation macros3.1 Macros Providing File and Line Information
Allocation of zeros2.3.2 Functionality Supported by All Malloc Libraries
ALLOW_FREE_NULL4.4 Description of the Debugging Tokens
ALLOW_FREE_NULL settings.h option5.2 General Compatibility Concerns
ALLOW_FREE_NULL_MESSAGE3.13 Explanation of the Logfile Output
ALLOW_FREE_NULL_MESSAGE4.4 Description of the Debugging Tokens
ALLOW_REALLOC_NULL settings.h option5.2 General Compatibility Concerns
already free error3.6 Description of the Internal Error Codes
ANSI-C compiler2.1 How to Install the Library
argument checking3.3 Checking of Function Arguments
assembly hacks3.2 Getting Caller Address Information
atexit2.2 Getting Started with the Library
atexit function3.5 Additional Non-standard Routines
authorDebug Malloc Library
automatic shutdown2.2 Getting Started with the Library

B
bad admin structure list3.6 Description of the Internal Error Codes
bad file error3.6 Description of the Internal Error Codes
bad line error3.6 Description of the Internal Error Codes
bad setup error3.6 Description of the Internal Error Codes
bad size error3.6 Description of the Internal Error Codes
bash shell2.2 Getting Started with the Library
bash shell4.1 Using a Shell Alias with the Utility
bash usage4.3 Environment Variable Name and Features
basic allocation information2.3 Basic Description of Terms and Functions
basic definitions2.3.1 General Memory Terms and Concepts
beginning2.2 Getting Started with the Library
blank space4.4 Description of the Debugging Tokens
blank space4.4 Description of the Debugging Tokens
blanking memory4.4 Description of the Debugging Tokens
blanking memory4.4 Description of the Debugging Tokens
bounds checking2.4 General Features of the Library
Bourne shell usage4.3 Environment Variable Name and Features
building the library2.1 How to Install the Library

C
C shell usage4.3 Environment Variable Name and Features
c++ usage3.8 Using the Library with C++
caller address translation3.9.4 Translating Return Addresses into Code Locations
caller's address3.2 Getting Caller Address Information
calloc2.3.2 Functionality Supported by All Malloc Libraries
cannot locate pointer in heap3.6 Description of the Internal Error Codes
catch-null4.4 Description of the Debugging Tokens
catch-signals4.4 Description of the Debugging Tokens
cgi-bin process debugging3.12 Debugging Memory in a Server or Cgi-Bin Process
cgi-bin usage of dmalloc3.12 Debugging Memory in a Server or Cgi-Bin Process
changed memory log3.5 Additional Non-standard Routines
check-blank3.6 Description of the Internal Error Codes
check-blank4.4 Description of the Debugging Tokens
check-fence4.4 Description of the Debugging Tokens
check-funcs4.4 Description of the Debugging Tokens
check-heap2.5 How the Library Checks Your Program
check-heap4.4 Description of the Debugging Tokens
check-heap6. Some Solutions to Common Problems
check-shutdown4.4 Description of the Debugging Tokens
checking arguments3.3 Checking of Function Arguments
checking bounds2.4 General Features of the Library
checkpoint memory usage3.5 Additional Non-standard Routines
child process debugging3.12 Debugging Memory in a Server or Cgi-Bin Process
clearing memory4.4 Description of the Debugging Tokens
clearing memory4.4 Description of the Debugging Tokens
comma separated tokens in env variable4.3 Environment Variable Name and Features
common problems6. Some Solutions to Common Problems
compatibility5.2 General Compatibility Concerns
compiling the library2.1 How to Install the Library
conf.h file2.1 How to Install the Library
configuration file4.5 Format of the Runtime Configuration File
configure script2.1 How to Install the Library
configuring the library2.1 How to Install the Library
constancy verification2.4 General Features of the Library
copying1. Library Copying and Licensing Conditions
core dump2.4 General Features of the Library
core dump3.4 Generating a Core File on Errors
core dump4.4 Description of the Debugging Tokens
core dump4.4 Description of the Debugging Tokens
core dump, none3.4 Generating a Core File on Errors
core file3.4 Generating a Core File on Errors
could not grow heap by allocating memory3.6 Description of the Internal Error Codes
count changed3.5 Additional Non-standard Routines
count number of bytes changed since mark3.5 Additional Non-standard Routines
cpp2.4 General Features of the Library
csh shell2.2 Getting Started with the Library
csh shell4.1 Using a Shell Alias with the Utility
csh usage4.3 Environment Variable Name and Features
current debug value3.5 Additional Non-standard Routines
cygwin3.11 Using the library with Cygwin environment.

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