Monday, February 9, 2015

You need this Visual Studio extension if your breakpoints not being hit in Silverlight projects

I found the following extension very handy because it silently fix inability of Visual Studio to stop debugger at your break points in Silverlight. Just install the extension, restart the Visual Studio and it will work. You don't need to do anything else.




Note: If you want to install it on VS2013 then you need to add the following section to the manifest file. You can do that using 7Zip. Simply right click on the extension file, then select 7Zip->open archive, then choose the manifest file (extension.vsixmanifest) and edit it. You need to add the following section under SupportedProducts tag and then update the file in the archive:

     <VisualStudio Version="12.0">
        <Edition>Ultimate</Edition>
        <Edition>Premium</Edition>
        <Edition>Pro</Edition>
      </VisualStudio>


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