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Documentation

Ben Holtzman 6 years ago updated by Omer Raviv (CTO) 6 years ago 0
I'm not finding documentation for OzCode. Am I missing something? Will it be included at some point? I don't know how to include trace points on the fly. It would be nice to have documentation that I can refer to. Thanks!

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Planned - Long term
Hi Ben! Unfortunately, you're not missing anything, the documentation for OzCode is still being worked on. As we speak we're also working on a series of instructional videos that will teach you everything you need to know about OzCode's features.

As for Trace, the basics of it is when you are debugging some method, put your caret on a variable or expression you want to trace, hit Alt+Shift+D (or just click the QuickActions wand icon), and hit "Create Tracepoint Here". Edit your tracepoint to your liking, then let the program run. Open the Tracepoint Viewer (via the Toolbar or Menu to see the results in a fully featured log-viewer from within Visual Studio.
Planned - Long term
Hi Ben! Unfortunately, you're not missing anything, the documentation for OzCode is still being worked on. As we speak we're also working on a series of instructional videos that will teach you everything you need to know about OzCode's features.

As for Trace, the basics of it is when you are debugging some method, put your caret on a value or variable you want to trace, hit Alt+Shift+D (or just click the QuickActions wand icon), and hit "Create Tracepoint Here". Edit your tracepoint to your liking, then let the program run. Open the Tracepoint Viewer (via the Toolbar or Menu to see the results in a fully featured log-viewer from within Visual Studio.
Answer
Planned - Long term
Hi Ben! Unfortunately, you're not missing anything, the documentation for OzCode is still being worked on. As we speak we're also working on a series of instructional videos that will teach you everything you need to know about OzCode's features.

As for Trace, the basics of it is when you are debugging some method, put your caret on a variable or expression you want to trace, hit Alt+Shift+D (or just click the QuickActions wand icon), and hit "Create Tracepoint Here". Edit your tracepoint to your liking, then let the program run. Open the Tracepoint Viewer (via the Toolbar or Menu to see the results in a fully featured log-viewer from within Visual Studio.