"Tools | Browse Stack Trace..."

The menu "Tools | Browse Stack Trace..." in the new version seems to open a window displaying the current content of the clipboard, but nothing happens. What is the intention with this menu action? I would love it if I could paste a call stack from the clipboard and then browse the source code/decompiled code based on the pasted information.



Do you see the text from clipboard in the window?
Do you have assemblies loaded in Assembly Explorer for that stack trace?


Thanks, I am able to navigate from the call stack into decompiled code now. I am also able to navigate to the exact line number when the call stack frame contains a "in MyFileName.cs: line XXX" (that is, when PDB information is available). However, when the call stack frame includes an offset on the format "+ 0xXXX" (as presented in the VS 2010 Call Stack window with no PDB is available) I am only able to navigate to the start of the method.

An example of the syntax is
System.Web.dll!System.Web.HttpRuntime.ProcessRequestNotificationPrivate(System.Web.Hosting.IIS7WorkerRequest wr, System.Web.HttpContext context) + 0x2b6 bytes

Could you please implement support for navigation into the method, based on this offset?

Thanks :-)


Unfortunately, it's not that simple. I filed the issue: http://youtrack.jetbrains.net/issue/RSRP-287055


Too bad :-(
But thanks anyway for a great tool! :-D


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