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Post-Mortem Debugging Your Application with Minidumps and Visual Studio .NET

, 6 Mar 2002 945.8K 6.1K 343
This article describes how minidumps work, how to make your application create them when it crashes, and how to read them back with Visual Studio .NET.

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Andy Pennell
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I'm a developer at Microsoft on Visual Studio. I am responsible for the native code debugger, the SQL debugger, plus much of the debugger's infrastructure. I've been a debugger developer at MS for six years, plus for other people many years before. Anyone used the 68k versions of HiSoft Devpac in the early 80s? That was me.

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