Any plan to support .NET core application?
I'm writing OpenGL applications on .NET Core and wondering if nsight can be used on it. I have tried to do the same with VC++ OpenGL projects but only got these output on a .NET core project: > Nsight Debug > The Nsight debugger was not able to start because the program '' is invalid. Please verify the output file > name in Visual Studio, and the Nsight UserProperties | Launch Settings | Launch External Program setting. This > must be an absolute path. The application is a dotnet console application. It creates the window by calling CreateWindowEx ([url]https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/windows/desktop/ms632680.aspx[/url]) and creates OpenGL context and so on.
I'm writing OpenGL applications on .NET Core and wondering if nsight can be used on it.

I have tried to do the same with VC++ OpenGL projects but only got these output on a .NET core project:

> Nsight Debug
> The Nsight debugger was not able to start because the program '' is invalid. Please verify the output file
> name in Visual Studio, and the Nsight UserProperties | Launch Settings | Launch External Program setting. This
> must be an absolute path.

The application is a dotnet console application. It creates the window by calling CreateWindowEx (https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/windows/desktop/ms632680.aspx) and creates OpenGL context and so on.

#1
Posted 10/30/2016 07:36 AM   
Hi zwcloud, I'm sorry nsight graphics debugging don't support managed code now. Thanks, Letitia
Hi zwcloud,

I'm sorry nsight graphics debugging don't support managed code now.

Thanks,
Letitia

#2
Posted 12/22/2016 10:41 AM   
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