A very cool way of adding assemblies to the global assembly cache.
Windows Registry Editor Version 5.00
@=”c:\\windows\\Microsoft.NET\\Framework\\v1.1.4322\\gacutil.exe /i \”%1\””
There are some wonderful articles on how to do debug custom BT (External assemblies, pipelines..etc.) components, for most of the cases we go through following steps.
- Add debug symbols
- Build and gac the dll
- Attach To Process à Shows All Process & Sessionsà Select BTSNSvc.exe (if there are more than one select all of them).
It absolutely works, but there are obviously a lot of keystrokes involved, and I am surprised that no one has automated this until now.
Announcing the release of BTS extension which will help in attaching the debugger, the following is a screen shot of the same.
As of now only the “Attach to BT” is supported, but here is the list of features coming soon
- Select a specific process, rather than attaching all the BTS processes
- Clear the Event Viewer.
- Restart specific host instances
Please comment if you have any ideas, we can collaborate.