Any news from Larry Larsen? It's been quite a lot that he doesn't shows up in an episode. I hope he's fine.
Any news from Larry Larsen? It's been quite a lot that he doesn't show up in an episode. I hope he's fine.
Sadly, but dx -r3 Debugger.Sessions doesn't work. Processes simply silent and DeviceTree throw 0x80004005 error.
@AndreyBazhan: There's unfortunately a known flaw with those two objects in kernel debugging on the public stripped symbols. Both should be fixed in the next preview/release which contains the debugging tools.
@siodmy: I was thinking the same thing through the episode.
Having said that, LINQ method-like syntax is pretty cool
@loverboy: I'm okay, thanks for asking. I barely have time to shoot Defrag so I haven't been doing any Defrag Tool shows. I might stop in soon though. :)
@wmessmer: Good, thanks. I've found a nasty bug in the engine and would love to spend some time to debug it, but symbols for Debugging Tools for Windows are no longer available. Is it a permanent or we have a hope?
That was awesome! But does windbg now depend on .NET for the dx command?
@Marc Sherman: No -- WinDBG does not depend on .NET at all for dx. There is a purely native implementation of the supported LINQ methods based on the object model and API that underlies dx.
That is ubercool!!!
The show that keeps on giving. Thanks for a great episode.