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Finally VisualBug is released in it’s 1.0 Beta version. The current version is open for public testing. This version does lack some important features which is why we recommend this for either simple and small projects or no productive usage at all. The next version will fill up these holes.

In it’s current version VisualBug does only support simple datatypes like byte, bool, short, int, long, float, double, string and all unsigned variants. Arrays and nullable types are not yet supported. Another big missing feature is the lacking support for instance-recognization. At the moment each class-instance will be registered with the same context applied, thus you won’t know which fields belong to which instance. This issue will be addressed in the next version. Furthermore are no satellite assemblies supported. Currently only standalone assemblies are supported. Else satellite assemblies will lack monitoring.

This release is for testing purposes under various different environments and situations.

Please report any errors you encounter. For this please use the contact form.

For further information and to download VisualBug, please take a look at the product site.

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