Snoop 2.7.0

Rating:        Based on 6 ratings
Reviewed:  5 reviews
Downloads: 24720
Change Set: 69858
Released: Sep 2, 2011
Updated: Oct 12, 2011 by cplotts
Dev status: Stable Help Icon

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Release Notes

Important Note
If you were one of the first 100 people to download the new Snoop 2.7 update, you will need to download it again, uninstall, & then reinstall. We found and fixed a crash with delving collections!


It's been a while since the last release, but hopefully, you're going to love this one.

Most notably, Anvaka (Andrei Kashcha) has added support for dragging and dropping some crosshairs onto the application that you want to Snoop or Magnify. This means that you no longer have to wait for that combo box to refresh! In fact, I have removed the automatic refresh of the combo box on startup.

Another major improvement is that Snoop can now handle applications with multiple dispatchers.

Please take a look at the lists below for Features and Bug Fixes to see what else has been taken care of.

I want to call out special attention to Andrei Kascha and Maciek Rakowski for all the work they've done in this latest release. Thanks and kudos to you!

Features

Work Item Description
7105 Andrei Kashcha: Add Drag & Drop Functionality to Select Which WPF Window to Snoop
6791 Andrei Kashcha: Add Main Window Title to Snoop UI Title Bar
7062 Maciek Rakowski: Add a separate tab for the datacontext.
4736 Maciek Rakowski: Make it so you can zoom the preview pane.
4919 Maciek Rakowski: See if we can display the value of the x:Key attribute.
6497 Dan Hanan: Move the Minimize/Close Buttons into Main App Chooser Bar
6512 Bert Vanhooff: Add the ability to capture hi-res screenshots.
5955 Jason Jibben: Add Ability to Change Install Location
6467 Add a ComponentType Column to the Property Grid

Bug Fixes

Work Item Description
4984 Andrei Kashcha: The Events Area Doesn't Work with Secondary Windows/Dialogs
6234 Andrei Kashcha: v2.6.1: Routed Events View is blank!
6235 Andrei Kashcha: When Clicking on Event Name in Events Area, Property Grid Stops Updating
6236 Andrei Kashcha: Keyboard Functionality in Events TreeView Not Working Very Well
6464 Snoop Crashes When Trying to Snoop a Visual Tree with a Bad Resource
6647 Snoop Shows App, But You Can't Snoop
6334 Maciek Rakowski: Snoop crashes on program having multiple dispatchers.
6258 Maciek Rakowski: Snoop causes the application to crash when snooping certain elements
6722 Maciek Rakowski: Snoop causes application to crash on a certain binding error.
6994 Maciek Rakowski: Sort an array of items in the property grid in the proper order.
7073 Maciek Rakowski: Values in property grid are unnecessarily cleared.
7095 Maciek Rakowski: Delving doesn't work for very specific case.
4988 Typing in the property grid filter TextBox breaks the the other filtering functionality.
6466 Sometimes Bogus Properties Show Up When Using the Filter Sets

Reviews for this release

     
I love Snoop! Makes exploring the run-time state of an application a breeze. So well done. Thanks a lot!
by DanielVaughan on Feb 20, 2012 at 3:09 PM
     
Great application! Made my WPF debugging tasks much easier! Thanks folks. Installation went smoothly and the application runs so far so good on Win XP with VS2010
by yonifra on Nov 14, 2011 at 3:02 PM
     
Select an application and click the "snoop" button. The selected application freezes; you can't move, resize or close the window. Nothing else happens. Close the snoop application; the selected application is still frozen. Only option is to kill the process from Task Manager. Win7 x64 SP1 VS2010 SP1 .NET 4.0 and .NET 3.5 SP1
by richarddeeming on Nov 9, 2011 at 4:37 PM
     
Best tool for WPF in codeplex! When I am asked to help with an issue one of my first questions is have you installed snoop on this PC yet?
by Cportwood on Oct 21, 2011 at 6:31 PM
     
The previous version was very good, but this one ... Fantastic work ! It was worth the waiting. The drag & drop and the high res are just great. Thanks.
by flodef on Oct 14, 2011 at 9:37 AM