Running a multi-container application using Visual Studio 2017 cannot get simpler. You can not only run the multi-container application, but you are able to debug all its containers directly from Visual Studio by setting regular breakpoints.
It is not unusual for programs to generate first-chance exceptions under ordinary circumstances. Most are handled and are not particularly interesting. I wasn’t sure how many first-chance exceptions my utility normally generated and don’t want to capture dozens of dumps looking for the exception of interest. To see what they were without capturing any dumps, I leveraged ProcDump’s exception filtering with this command line: Read More →
Process Monitor has a hidden menu (Launch Depends…) which is visible only if the Dependency Walker (Depends.exe) utility is found. Procexp launches it with the path to the executable image of the selected process as a command-line argument. Depends.exe shows DLL dependencies. It used to ship with various Microsoft products, and it’s now distributed through www.DependencyWalker.com Read More →