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VS2008 Step into .NET Managed framework's code

 
 
Smokey Grindel
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      22nd Dec 2007
So this is supose to be possible in VS 2008 to step into the managed
framework's code so we can see what caused crashes and such there... but how
do we use it or enable it? Anything special we have to do? symbol servers to
set up? etc? thanks! (this is based on the fact they made the .NET source
code available for reference)


 
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      22nd Dec 2007
"Smokey Grindel" <(E-Mail Removed)> wrote in
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> So this is supose to be possible in VS 2008 to step into the managed
> framework's code so we can see what caused crashes and such there...
> but how do we use it or enable it? Anything special we have to do?
> symbol servers to set up? etc? thanks! (this is based on the fact they
> made the .NET source code available for reference)


I don't think it's available yet... I think it's going to be turned on in
the future.



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