Visual Studio 2012 and Parallel Watch Window

Traditionally, debuggers have been very per thread centric. For example, a debugger most typically will assign a thread to be the current thread and any thread related debug operations you perform will be done on the selected thread. In order to work with a different thread, you need to first switch the thread context. One…

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Visual Studio 2012 and WinDbg Integration

Microsoft has always provided two primary debugging experience: Visual Studio and Debugging Tools for Windows (a.k.a WinDbg). Each debugger provided a very different debugging experience (both from a capabilities point of view as well as usability). WinDbg was most commonly used when you had the need for low level debugging and was also not very…

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