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Procedure MemLeaksName

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Names a memory block.







Code (Delphi)

procedure MemLeaksName(

const ABlock: Pointer;

const AName: String




ABlock [in]

A pointer to memory block.


AName [in]

A custom name for the ABlock block.



This function assigns a custom name to any memory block allocated with EurekaGetMem with enabled registering leaks. A custom name will be visible in leak reports - which should allow you to identify memory block.


Name have limited length. Names are stored internally with TCustomName field. Owners of Enterprise version of EurekaLog (with full sources) can alter size of the name and recompile EurekaLog.



You must pass a pointer to the beginning of the memory block. Please note that dynamic arrays and strings do not point to the beginning of allocation. Use MemLeaksNameDynArray and MemLeaksNameStr for dynamic arrays and strings instead of this function.



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