.NET Framework debug symbols
I haven't tried this yet, but apparently you can get the debug symbols for the Framework that all you to step into calls in the BCL. At present, I tend to use Reflector to decompile the types and step through it in my mind, but this sounds cool if it does work.
From .NET 247: http://www.dotnet247.com/247reference/msgs/39/195989.aspx
“I want to step into the methods of standard library calls (for example into the SelectedNode property of TreeView), but it won't allow me to step into the .Net library calls.
When I was doing C++ programming I could step into the MFC libraries.
How do I achieve the same thing in C#?
Using Developer Studio .Net 2003 with C#.
...and the reply from a Microsoft support engineer:
In order to do this you'll have to get symbols for the .NET framework. You
can get symbols for the .NET framework by following the instructions at:
Thanks! Robert Gruen
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