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I am concerned that the application I am working on is not disposing of SWT resources properly. The application is quite large and it would be difficult for me to manually inspect everything. I am wondering if there is a good way to monitor the SWT resources on Windows. I have tried using a java profiler, but haven't noticed any memory leaks. I assume that the java profiler isn't going to help me anyway because I believe the resources are directly allocated to the Operating System. I don't need a cross platform solution because we only build for Windows. Any suggestions?
 
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