Categories Mac OS X Valgrind Valgrind 3.5.0 has been released Post author By Nicholas Nethercote Post date August 20, 2009 7 Comments on Valgrind 3.5.0 has been released Valgrind 3.5.0 has been released! It’s the first release that supports Mac OS X. It also adds a number of other new features and a whole lot of bug-fixes. See the release notes for details. Many thanks to everyone who contributed to this release. ← How I Work on Tracemonkey → “No-else-after-return” considered harmful 7 replies on “Valgrind 3.5.0 has been released” Thanks! I’ve been running a random svn version with quite a bit of success, but it’s nice to have a released version I can show to friends. Finally, I can do away with linux 🙂 Congratulations! It’s been an interesting read watching the Mac OS X support develop on SVN and through this blog. Updated the wikipedia page. This is great news! However, I’m disappointed to see that the “definitely lost” are counted as errors just like buffer overruns and the like… Would it be possible to call them warning instead? mmc: if you don’t run with –leak-check=yes then definitely lost leaks won’t be counted as errors. Thanks for the info! 🙂 Congrats and thanks! Here’s hoping garbage collection support will come soon, so that I can actually use Valgrind. 🙂 Comments are closed.