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Debugging .Net Framework Source from VS 2008

As you may have heard, Microsoft has released the .Net framework source to the world.  No, you cannot make changes or additions, in fact it is being released under the Microsoft Reference License.  If you would like more information about the release of the source, check out Scott Guthrie's posting about it here.

Well, yesterday a buddy of mine sent me this information on how to configure the VS 2008 IDE to enable easy debugging of the .Net Framework source.  You can find this information here.

This should be pretty cool, and will hopefully reduce some pain in debugging.

Till next time,


Posted 01-17-2008 6:33 AM by Derik Whittaker

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