Changes between Version 11 and Version 12 of Debugging With Visual Studio


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Sep 3, 2020 7:40:02 PM (17 months ago)
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Fujii Hironori
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  • Debugging With Visual Studio

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    7070You can attach a single debugger to more than one process. To do this, launch or attach to the first process, then use `Tools > Attach to Process…` or `Ctrl+Alt+P` to attach to the second process. Your breakpoints will apply to both processes.
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     72There is a Visual Studio Extension to attach child processes automatically.
     73[https://devblogs.microsoft.com/devops/introducing-the-child-process-debugging-power-tool/ Introducing the Child Process Debugging Power Tool]
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    7275There are two ways to see which process the debugger is currently operating on, and to switch the current process: the Processes window and the Debug Location toolbar. You can open the Processes window using `Debug > Windows > Processes` or `Ctrl+Shift+Alt+P`. You can show the Debug Location toolbar using `View > Toolbars > Debug Location`.
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