I'm wondering if anyone has ever used this amazingly powerful feature that was (if I remember correctly) first introduced to the .NET world in Visual Studio 2005?
The reason I ask is that it has the caveat that it is disabled when the debugger is attached to existing process. Which means it doesn't work with website code, webservice code, Silverlight code, SQL Server CLR types, basically everything except desktop apps. And who is writing desktop apps these days?
Is there any chance of this being fixed somehow in future versions of .NET? Being able to change code while stopped in the debugger was such a great productiviry boost in classic VB, it's the one thing I really miss since .NET came along.