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Links 1 through 10 of 61 by Atif Aziz tagged debugging

“When you are emitting a dynamic method and doesn't have a way to persist it, you can imagine that it could be hard to debug. But SoS has some build-in support for LCG that works surprisingly well.”

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“Back when we started 4.0 development, I polled readers of the MSBuild blog to find out what features were most important to them. Debugging was #1 which was very surprising to us. …This blog post is "unofficial" documentation of how to use it in the hope it will be useful.”

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“t turns out that XmlSerializer is to blame which generates a C# file in your TEMP folder, compiles it with the C# compiler csc.exe, loads this assembly into the application and removes all traces from your disc after it has done its work. This operation can cost you 0.3 - 2s of your application startup time so it is most of the time worth investigating.”

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Fabrice Marguerie discusses why memory and resource leaks can continue to plague an application in the managed world .NET and how to avoid them.

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“Debugger Canvas is a new user experience for the debugger in Visual Studio Ultimate. It pulls together the code you’re exploring onto a single pan-and-zoom display. As you hit breakpoints or step into code, Debugger Canvas shows just the methods that you’re debugging, with call lines and local variables, to help you see the bigger picture.”

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Macro to add an “Attach to IIS” button to a Visual Studio toolbar.

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“What Firebug is for the client, Glimpse does for the server... in other words, a client side Glimpse into whats going on in your server.” Currently ASP.NET build only.

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Tim Stall shows how to create XML from PDB binaries that can subsequently used to map IL offsets in stack traces to source code lines, making it unnecessary to deploy PDB files on production boxes.

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Managed Stack Explorer is a simple executable, no install required, that can be copied and run anywhere the .NET Framework 2.0 is installed. MSE uses the Debugging and Profiling APIs to attach and then immediately detach from an application, only suspending the application / thread for the minimum amount of time required to obtain the stack trace.

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The Logger Control provides a simple way to read or write log messages with a single line of code and a simple messaging interface to filter, pause, resume, and clear log messages.

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