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QuestionHow to release IDispatch memory. Pin
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Jochen Arndt7-Mar-18 3:10
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You should show us the basic code (how you get the interface pointers). In general, you have to call Release() for each kind of interface object when not used anymore. This applies to all pointers retrieved by calling for example CoCreateInstance and QueryInterface.

If a called function is allocating memory internally and returning that to the caller it should be documented. The documentation should then include how to free the memory (e.g. with CoTaskMemFree).
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Questionserializing an std::chrono::duration object with Boost Pin
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QuestionApplication launched by another program, how to debug? Pin
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