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  • Blog Post: How to disable optimizations when debugging Reference Source

    When you debug code in the .NET Framework using the newly available Reference Source functionality in VS 2008 , you may notice that many variables are not available for inspection. This is because you're debugging against retail-optimized code.  In many cases, since you can still step through, this...
  • Blog Post: Configuring Visual Studio to Debug .NET Framework Source Code

    It's finally here - the launch of the .NET Reference Source project. This post (hopefully!) contains everything you need to know. Over the past few weeks, we ran a pilot of this feature and collected lots of great data that helped us work through some issues and understand where people were likely to...
  • Blog Post: Making .NET Framework Source Available to Developers

    For any of you that have been following my blog, you may remember that I made a splash with a post about possible ways to release Windows Forms source code . This generated a lot of discussion and was picked up by many of the major tech websites out there. That was in February of 2005. Between now and...
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