Ernest Bori wrote:
> I have started to work with the MySQL++ 2.3.0 library. I have compiled de example at
> MySql++\examples\vstudio\mfc and after I run it, shows the Output view
In my experience, most "memory leaks" detected by Visual Studio are
harmless. They're usually some block of memory grabbed just once by the
program at startup, and never formally released. There's no point in
chasing these. You'd have to add extra code to the library to allow for
a formal shutdown, which would have no other effect than to make the
leak checker happy.
I could be wrong about this. To find out, try changing the example to
issue multiple queries, or change resetdb to insert more data. If
either of these things increases the size of the leak, it's probably
something to worry about. Otherwise, it's just the sort of static leak
I describe above.