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Author Topic: BugAid for C# - Add-in for Visual Studio that improves the debugging experience  (Read 9748 times)

vitalyb

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Update - 12/Jan/2012: BugAid is now free for open-source projects - Apply here.

Hi everybody,

I am proud to present to my favorite internet community:

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Name: BugAid for Visual Studio
Goal: Improving and enhancing the debugging experience in Visual Studio
Homepage: http://www.bugaidsoftware.com
License: Commercial (60-day trial)
Developers: Omer Raviv and Vitaly Belman
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Search and filter complex objects by their members and values

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Compare objects or track how a function changes your object

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Bring the important properties to the front

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Please let me know if you have any question or comments, I'll be happy to provide more information.

Thanks,
Vitaly Belman
« Last Edit: January 12, 2012, 02:32:31 AM by vitalyb »

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Vitaly, WOW, what a nice and powerful product. :Thmbsup:

I'm not doing a project containing C# at the moment (though I have some lying around), but I'm looking forward to test-drive BugAid, and, depending on funding availability, buying a license.


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Cool  :up: :up:

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Oh wow!  I now know my next utility purchase!

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Thanks for the kind words, everybody! That's really great to hear :)

Please remember to let me know, when you try it, if you experience any issues or there is anything you'd like to improve. Your enjoyment of BugAid is a topmost priority!

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You have done a great job. This is really a very nice & effective project. I am looking forward to buying it actually have to work with it.  So guide me through more on this that how can i buy it?

Thanks for the compliments, jamijlex :)
You can buy BugAid from the following link: http://www.bugaidsoftware.com/purchase/

If you have any further question or issues, please don't hesitate to contact us.

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Sigh... You're killing me...

I've been dying to get back into coding mode, and this is only fueling that!

(Stuck in marketing mode ATM.)

Looks super sexy though! I can't wait to try it in a month or 2 when I can free myself of some stuff.

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I know the feeling :)
During some time in a big software company, in which I was coding about 2-3 lines a week, I started to get weird hand-shakes. Feeling relieved only after I started coding at home.

Anyway, when you're back to code-world, try us out and let me know if you have any questions!

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I know the feeling :)
During some time in a big software company, in which I was coding about 2-3 lines a week, I started to get weird hand-shakes. Feeling relieved only after I started coding at home.

And *that's* why I turn down any promotions to management.  No amount of money is worth losing the enjoyment of coding- I've tried it and I don't like it. :)

But *this* I will be trying as soon as our release is done (don't want to chance any new things on my system at *this* stage :))

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Hey guys,

We've added a new license model to BugAid - It is now free for open-source projects!
Since quite a few of you are donating your coding time, I am sure it might be useful to at least some of you.

You can apply for a free license here.

Enjoy!

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Sounds good. If I make something opensource some time, I'll make sure to apply and give it a whirl!

(Oh, you may want to fix the typo in the opening post. It says exactly the opposite of what you want it to say! :D)

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Sounds good. If I make something opensource some time, I'll make sure to apply and give it a whirl!

(Oh, you may want to fix the typo in the opening post. It says exactly the opposite of what you want it to say! :D)

Oops! Thanks!

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Great  :up:

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Bugaid really accuratly identified some of the debugging pain point. I was dubious about what benefits you could bring but the video makes this totally clear. Breaking to a specific iteration of a loop is something I do really often. I only do C++ so I'll pass on this, but for professional C# coders that looks like an awesome tool.
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