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  • Blog Post: Using Fiddler on Local Windows 8 Machine

    If you used Fiddler before, you would know that it doesn’t work out of the box on localhost. The instructions on how to hook it up didn’t work for me trying to debug traffic of a .Net app on Windows 8. After applying those steps, I had tried 127.0.0.1, localhost, ipv4.fiddler, but none of them worked...
  • Blog Post: Reflector Visual Studio Extension - Enable Debugging

    I’ve been using the standalone Reflector.exe for so many years now, and recently I’ve been using JustDecompile too. They have different accuracy levels and different set of distinguishing features, but the one I use in VS is Reflector. I was excited about a feature in the Visual Studio extension, I had...
  • Blog Post: DefaultNetworkCredentials in Windows Store Apps

    Disclaimer: I'm still getting acquainted with Windows Store Apps, so I could be totally wrong; proceed with caution. It's been a while since I last wrote a blog post, and it's 4 AM right now, this may give you an idea why I had to get this out. Hopefully I may save poor souls that are destined to...
  • Blog Post: Visual GCRoot via DGML

    I was inspired by Lovett 's post about Visualizing Runtime Object Graphs to create my first debugger extension that takes the output of !gcroot and creates a graph that one can interact with easily in Visual Studio 2010. So, what does my extension do? !vgcroot –? !vgcroot [/nostacks] [/do] <Object...
  • Blog Post: How to: Debug Deadlocks Using Windbg?

    Attach the debugger to the process Load SOS ~* e !clrstack to view the CLR stack of all the threads and where they are Look for System.Threading.Monitor.Enter(System.Object) in the top frames Load SOSEX.dll from http://www.stevestechspot.com/SOSEXUpdatedV11Available.aspx !dlk to detect...
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