To verify this I've installed madCollection v5.0 on 3 different PCs. Then ran simple app with obvious resource leaks on each of them.
Delphi Professional 10.3 Rio is installed on two of them and one with Delphi Community Edition 10.3 Rio
"Report resource leaks" doesn't show nowhere.
Even more curiously that this report is no longer displayed even on Delphi XE2 that installed on same PC.
I gave all rights for "Everyone" and fo my account to madCollection folder. But it doesn't help.madshi wrote:It works for me. Can you try giving "Everyone" NTFS read & execute rights on the madCollection folder? Maybe that helps?
More than I uninstalled all Delphi versions from one of PC. Then I installed Delphi 10.2.3 Tokyo and previous version of madCollection 4.0.20 that deffinetelly worked before.
But now it is also unable to show "Report resource leaks"
I start to suspect that you write something to Registry that make this conflict.
And I gues that if I reinstall Windows and then install previous version of Delphi and previous version of madExcept then everithing start to work. But I still do not sure about Delphi 10.3 Rio.
Honestly we do not use your madExcept in production versions. But I used it sometimes just to catch possible memory leaks during library units test.
I can purchase copy of your madCollection even just for this purpose, but then will it work properly for Delphi 10.3 Rio for "Report resource leaks" or I anyway will have to reinstall Windows and Delphi?