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VSColorOutput 2.2.1 - Time Stamps

When I’m looking at debug output, often I’m curious about when the event of interest has occurred. I’ve seen tools that add clock time to the output but I don’t find that useful. I’m interested in relative time from the beginning of the debug session and between events.

This version adds time stamps to the debug window. Time stamps are the elapsed time from the beginning of the debug session. The number in parenthesis is the elapsed time from the previous event. Many lines have the same time stamps. Only when the time stamp changes is it shown. Time stamps is an optional setting and can be turned off.

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This feature is still somewhat experimental so please do send feedback about it.

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