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I am unfamiliar with a big application and i want to debug it.
I want to see, where every event lands in my application.
If i am in a spacial state in any form of the appl. and i do anything
like a click or selecting a menu, i want that the debugger stops
in the referencing event handler.
I tried pausing the app with "Break All", but i landed in the line
which is: Application.Run(myform)
from here i can't use Step into, because i get the error
"there is no source code available for the current Location".
I know it is difficult to debug the .net libraries but i dont't need it.
I only want to see, where the next event lands in my application.
(I haven't VS Ultimate so i can't use IntelliTrace)
any suggestions? thanks.
Posted 12-Jun-13 1:12am

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