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Time Machine

Standard Visual Studio debugging tool contains instruments such as step-into, step-over or step-out. Time Machine allows you to travel in an opposite direction, to inspect what causes the bug in your project

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Last edited: 18 Apr 2019

In this chapter you will learn how to:

  1. Use RevDeBug Time Machine
Use RevDeBug Time Machine

When your recording is loaded, the RevDeBug Panel will look similar to the one below:

This window allows you to navigate through recorded states of your application.

Using the arrows you can move back and forth through each recorded state: Traveling at RevDeBug recording

Arrows in the middle show you every single state of your application (step-into).

Arrows on the edges allow you to move through your code without entering methods (step-over).

For faster navigation, use this slider:.

Would you like to know more about this feature? Check this blogpost.

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