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PDC announcements about Dump debugging for .NET 4.0

PDC announcements about Dump debugging for .NET 4.0

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Mike Stall just wrote a very interesting post about ICoreDebug announcements at the PDC.  More specifically that ICoreDbg for 4.0 will support dump debugging which means that ICoreDebug based debuggers (eg. Visual Studio) will also be able to support this. 

This is the best news I’ve heard in a long long time:) since it means that we can do post-mortem debugging in a bit more familiar environment than windbg (which is currently the tool of choice for this).

Unfortunately I wasn’t at the PDC but I am eagerly awaiting the Visual Studio 10 talks on TechEd to see if they mention anything about it.

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