Republished with Permission - Original Article
This is the twenty-first in a series of blog posts I’m doing on the VS 2010 and .NET 4
release. Today’s blog post covers a few of the nice usability
improvements coming with the VS 2010 debugger.
The VS 2010 debugger has a ton of great new
capabilities. Features like Intellitrace (aka historical debugging), the
new parallel/multithreaded debugging capabilities, and dump debuging support typically get a ton of (well
deserved) buzz and attention when people talk about the debugging improvements
with this release. I’ll be doing blog posts in the future that
demonstrate how to take advantage of them as well.
With today’s post, though, I thought I’d start off by
covering a few small, but nice, debugger usability improvements that were also
included with the VS 2010 release, and which I think you’ll find useful.