It is still pretty early in the process, but I wanted to let you know that we are going to be adding SOS for .NET 2.0 to the Debugger package, with all of the new functionality that I have been referencing in my posts here.
I am actively trying to get this added in hopes of having it go out in the next public drop. From that point, I will be able to add additional features that anyone thinks is missing.
This is a question I often think about and the best type of commands are anything that would take you a while to do by yourself and you’d have to dig around to find out the information. The perfect example of this is !dumpallexceptions. You could look through the !dumpheap -stat output for Exception objects, but there is nothing that says the class has to end in the word Exception so you may miss some or just overlook them.
If you have additional thoughts of things that would be useful. I’d love to hear them. Otherwise, look for the update coming soon and I’ll let you know all the features that will be in it.
I’m really excited about this and hope that you are able to put the additional functionality to good use.