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Function IsMemLeaksEnabled

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Indicate if memory leaks checks are enabled.







Code (Delphi)

function IsMemLeaksEnabled: Boolean;


Return value

True - memory leaks checks are enabled, False otherwise.



This function indicate if memory leaks checks are enabled.

When enabled, EurekaLog will collect call stack information of each allocated memory block. Additional information (such as name, grouping, etc.) will also be stored.
When disabled, EurekaLog will not collect call stack and additional information. Overhead will be significantly reduced.

See also description of EMemLeaks unit.


This is a global state, which can be changed via EnableMemLeaksRegistering/DisableMemLeaksRegistering or SetMemLeaksRegistering functions. You may temporally disable memory leaks checks when executing code with large amount of memory allocations which are guaranteed not to leak.



This function will always return False if EurekaLog is not installed. See IsMemLeaksInstalled function.



This function also returns False when inside EurekaLog's own code.


See also

SetMemLeaksRegistering Function

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