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#Actualunbird

Posted 12 April 2013 - 02:01 PM

Ok, I still use VS 2010 (Express). VS 2012 seems to support native code debugging, even Express (s. here). It's for SharpDX but should apply to SlimDX too, hopefully. In that case you might ditch DebugView completely, since the messages should appear in the VS debug log.

Edit: The control panel still exists (it's the same for all DirectX stuff, not only graphics), but instead of a simple checkbox you explicitly select the application you want messages from. Can't confirm that it works, I always use the creation flag. Also: Not sure if that tool still comes with the newest DX SDK, I still haven't installed it.

#2unbird

Posted 12 April 2013 - 01:58 PM

Ok, I still use VS 2010 (Express). VS 2012 seems to support native code debugging, even Express (s. here). It's for SharpDX but should apply to SlimDX too, hopefully. In that case you might ditch DebugView completely, since the messages should appear in the VS debug log.

Edit: The control panel still exists (it's the same for all DirectX stuff, not only graphics), but instead of a simple checkbox you explicitly select the application you want messages from. Can't confirm that it works, I always use the creation flag.

#1unbird

Posted 12 April 2013 - 01:51 PM

Ok, I still use VS 2010 (Express). VS 2012 seems to support native code debugging, even Express (s. here). It's for SharpDX but should apply to SlimDX too, hopefully. In that case you might ditch DebugView completely, since the messages should appear in the VS debug log.


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