Runtime Flow blog (Understanding a control flow in a running .NET application)

May 19, 2010

Customized monitoring

Filed under: Uncategorized — Sergey Vlasov @ 6:56 am

I’ve added the Customized Run dialog that allows to directly adjust parameters for the running executable and module filter:

The Customized Run dialog

The Customized Run dialog


For example, you can add to the module filter the .NET framework dlls to get deeper understanding of what is going on:
Default monitoring results for a WinForms application

Default monitoring results for a WinForms application


Using the rt_test.exe|System.Windows.Forms.dll filter

Using the rt_test.exe|System.Windows.Forms.dll filter


Using the rt_test.exe|mscorlib.dll filter

Using the rt_test.exe|mscorlib.dll filter


The empty filter allows monitoring for all modules:
Using the empty filter to monitor all modules

Using the empty filter to monitor all modules


The customized run settings are not currently saved when you exit from Visual Studio. I’ve not yet decided what is the best way to store it (globally, per solution, per project, per build configuration) and how these custom settings should interact with the debug settings in a Visual Studio’s solution used by the Run command.

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