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I've developed a virtual display driver using the IddCx framework in Windows 10, but I have a small problem. The framework seems to be leaking about ~2-3 MB of memory each time the display is "plugged in" and eventually disconnected.
According to https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/windows-hardware/drivers/display/iddcx-objects the IDDCX_MONITOR object is destroyed upon calling IddCxMonitorDeparture and should not be reused, but since this leaks memory I've also tried the following with poor success:
For what it's worth, a commercial driver by Spacedesk seems to exhibit the same behaviour of leaking a few MB of memory each time the virtual display is plugged in.
I suppose I could just let this be, but I'm curious if there's a mailing list or similar where someone from Microsoft could take a look at this?
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