Entrian Inline Watch for Visual Studio v1.0.9

As you debug, Entrian Inline Watch displays the values of variables inline in your source code, updated live as you step through your code. You can see the live values right there in the source, rather than having to hover over them with the mouse, or find them in the Watch windows.

As soon as you land in a function, or at a breakpoint, you can see the values of your function parameters and variables.

It’s not just for primitive values like numbers and strings – you control how your classes and structures are displayed, eg. a BankAccount instance could display its name and balance: Bob: $123

You can also configure how accessor functions are displayed, so that a call to an accessor function, like account->balance(), can display as $123

Entrian Inline Watch 1.0.8: Small fixes and features

I’m pleased to announce Entrian Inline Watch 1.0.8, with these fixes and features:

Fixed “This Visual is not connected to a PresentationSource” crash. You can now display integer values in fixed-length hex format, for example {m_color,6x}. Thanks, Martin. The config dialog is now shown in a sensible place on multi-monitor setups. Object display rules that include leading hex values no longer have that leading hex unexpectedly stripped off. Thanks, Martin.