Jenkins on Windows 7.
I am building a library.
To analyse memory leaks, I run unit tests with drmemory.
When a unit test doesnt pass completely it returns an error.
And it seems that if drmemory plugin detects an error in the command, it will not process the result and display the graph...
I think it would be useful to process the result and display the graph even if the command returns an error, to be able to still test memory leaks in case of unexpected errors of the program being tested.
Maybe having some advanced option to expect failure of the command, and still process the result file if it is present.