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Old 12-26-2017, 02:31 PM
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Default Profiles - Any way to attach to window title? (to try and get currently debugged app)

I'm trying to create a profile for current app I'm debugging, which is not always the same .exe, but always has something common in the path, line /bin/debug/?.exe

One way would be if profiles could use pattern matching for window titles.

Is there any other way to do this?

I can go in an change .exe names everytime I debug a different app but it would be a big pain because there is a lot of rapid prototyping or various apps.

The dev envrionment is Visual Studio 2017, the current example is a console app.

thanks for any feedback,

Old 12-26-2017, 02:49 PM
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not to my knowledge... that would be nice. you can use autohotkey to do the window title matching and then make macros specific to the active window, but i am un aware of a way to talk back to CUE and say hey switch profiles...would be nice...i suspect that is on the horizon.

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I just manually switch profiles when I am doing rapid prototyping; it's a lot easier.


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