Valgrind, version 3.14.0
An instrumentation framework for building dynamic analysis tools.
Used on Linux ond MacOS in the Qt Test module.
The sources can be found in tqtc-qt5/qtbase/src/testlib/3rdparty/valgrind_p.h and tqtc-qt5/qtbase/src/testlib/3rdparty/callgrind_p.h.
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