The MSDN Library is a rich source of information about Microsoft products and technologies including Visual Studio and Visual C++. This post calls out some of the great code debugging topics available for Visual C++ native code developers.
The best starting point for (re)visiting debugging topics is the Debugger Roadmap. It contains links to many different task-based topics focused on debugging:
Another good starting point for information about debugging in Visual Studio is (surprise!) Debugging in Visual Studio.
Native code developers can start with Debugging Native Code.
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Thanks for the information.
Why was VS10 not updated to remote debug to win8? Why abandon product after a year? PFooey on you!
Please add ability to set markers within code, and to break execution at some breakpoint, when execution flow go through these markers. This will enable tracking execution specific code paths, which is problem now.
Could be nice to add grouping of breakpoints, and switch on/off these groups, to prevent tedious skipping unnecesary execution breaks.
I like Tristan's suggestions, I think they'd be useful. Have they been submitted as suggestions to connect or the user voice site?
Can you, please, log your suggestion on visualstudio.uservoice.com? This is how we track user feedback