Valgrind 3.12 Released With More Improvements For Memory Debugging/Checking
Written by Michael Larabel in Programming on 24 October 2016 at 02:29 PM EDT. 1 Comment
PROGRAMMING --
Valgrind 3.12.0 has been released as the latest major version of this widely-used, cross-platform utility by developers for memory profiling/debugging/checking.

Valgrind 3.12 adds POWER ISA 3.0 support, support for more MIPS / AMD64 FMA4 / ARM / ARM64 instructions, macOS Sierra support, improvements to memcheck, JIT-cost improvements, improved performance in certain scenarios, updates to the C++ symbol demangler, robustness improvements, and dozens of bug fixes.

This is the first major release of Valgrind in more than one year and those interested in the latest details can find all of the highlights via the Valgrind.org release notes.
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