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Profiling on VC++ .NET 2003

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Where is it? If I remember right on VC++ 6.0 it was on the debug menu. My application is a Win32 console app. I tried a bit of searching on google but no luck. Edit: Great, I just read it doesn't have profiling. Way to go! VC 6.0 bad stl library VC 7.0 no profiling Things like this make me think sticking to linux for good!

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Or get a free 30-day trial of VTune if you're on an Intel CPU.

Surprisingly, VTune doesn't do a good job on AMD hardware, and CodeAnalyst doesn't do a good job on Intel hardware. Go figure :-)

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if you can spend a bit of money, try glowcode www.glowcode.com. Its not too expensive and its pretty good. Its a sampler so no recompiling necessary.

Cheeers
Chris

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You can't. Get the DevPartner community edition.

I second this recommedation. I've been using DevPartner and it works good enough for my needs -- there are free and paid versions.

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IIRC, MSVC .NET 2003 only shipped with a built in profiler with the Enterprise Architect and Enterprise Developer editions, so if you have standard or professional, you need to go with a third party tool.

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My MSDN Enterprise Architect didn't come with a profiler, so I don't think 2003 ever did, really.

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