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BC+Analysis -- Visual Studio SP1 and DevPartner for Visual C++ BoundsChecker Problems

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Before installing the newly released SP1 for Visual Studio 2010, I was able to successfully instrument my application and dependent projects for Performance or Coverage Analysis and perform a successful performance analysis. After installing SP1 for Visual Studio 2010, following the same steps to perform a performance analysis fails. Some COM calls are failing whereas the same code run in or out of the debugger without performance analysis succeeds. Has BoundsChecker version 10.5.786.0 been tested / sanctioned to work with Visual Studio 2010 SP1?
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To refine Rick's statement a bit....
Rick Papo originally wrote:
Backing up what Onorio said: our current in-house build of DPS 10.5.1 supports the following environments, above and beyond what 10.5 GA does:

(1) Windows 7 SP1, both X86 and X64.
(2) Windows XP SP2 X64, 64-bit applications (32-bit has been supported for years).
(3) VS2010 SP1

In addition, there have been a number of bugs corrected since the 10.5 GA (build 786).


... you can file a support incident through SupportLine and specifically request build 833. We have another iteration to go before we release 10.5.1 globally, however if you are today blocked by lack of support for any of the items Rick lists above, Customer Care can supply you with an interim build. As is customary with interim builds, you will be expected to report whether 833 addresses your needs, then also urged to come up to the next GA build for continued support and any additional triage. Thanks. --Matt

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oopdeveloper originally wrote:
Has BoundsChecker version 10.5.786.0 been tested / sanctioned to work with Visual Studio 2010 SP1?


No. Using 10.5 with VS2010 SP1 is unsupported (that is, untested and not sanctioned). To the best of my knowledge 10.5 Web Sync 1 should support VS 2010 SP1. And, in answer to your next question, I don't know when WS1 will be available. 🙂

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Backing up what Onorio said: our current in-house build of DPS 10.5.1 supports the following environments, above and beyond what 10.5 GA does:

(1) Windows 7 SP1, both X86 and X64.
(2) Windows XP SP2 X64, 64-bit applications (32-bit has been supported for years).
(3) VS2010 SP1

In addition, there have been a number of bugs corrected since the 10.5 GA (build 786).
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@Oopdeveloper,

To refine Rick's statement a bit....
Rick Papo originally wrote:
Backing up what Onorio said: our current in-house build of DPS 10.5.1 supports the following environments, above and beyond what 10.5 GA does:

(1) Windows 7 SP1, both X86 and X64.
(2) Windows XP SP2 X64, 64-bit applications (32-bit has been supported for years).
(3) VS2010 SP1

In addition, there have been a number of bugs corrected since the 10.5 GA (build 786).


... you can file a support incident through SupportLine and specifically request build 833. We have another iteration to go before we release 10.5.1 globally, however if you are today blocked by lack of support for any of the items Rick lists above, Customer Care can supply you with an interim build. As is customary with interim builds, you will be expected to report whether 833 addresses your needs, then also urged to come up to the next GA build for continued support and any additional triage. Thanks. --Matt

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