NetExt 2.1.2.5000

Rating:        Based on 3 ratings
Reviewed:  3 reviews
Downloads: 1996
Released: Mar 9, 2015
Updated: Jan 21, 2016 by rviana
Dev status: Stable Help Icon

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Release Notes

- Fixed issue with windex -short affecting the -tree
- Fixed the timeout bug in some .NET versions
- Improved stability

Reviews for this release

     
This is perhaps the best .NET debugging extension for Windbg. It is much easier to use than SOS. If you did shy away from SOS because dumping e.g. the names of all thread objects is quite cumbersome. It is now only a !windex -tree away where you can double click on the Thread m_Name of the generated .cmdtree file. Dumping the contents of hash tables, dictionaries, lists is now as easy as it should have always been.
by Alois on Oct 25, 2016 at 10:00 PM
     
Can't overestimate NetExt help in tasks, like digging managed heap. Extremely cool extension! Keep it on.
by Kriogen on Jul 8, 2016 at 3:10 PM
     
.NET badly needs comparatively small, standalone, powerful debugger. I tried to start with WinDBG many times, but the complexity of its cryptic commands multiplied by complexity of debugging managed code (which it is not really designed to debug) always deter me from that option quickly. This extension gives me hope of WinDBG being within reach for mere mortals .NET developers and I sincerely hope Rodney would not drop it. There are not many people fluent with WinDBG enough to write extensions for it and at the same time caring about managed code and .NET developers. Wind in your sails! Konstantin
by konste on Mar 11, 2015 at 3:05 PM