is it possible to use dotMemory for profiling and finding memory leaks in XBox One (UWP, C#) application, using Windows 10?
There is this information: https://www.jetbrains.com/help/dotmemory/Profiling_Guidelines__Windows_Store_Applications.html which says that "Compile with .NET Native tool chain" needs to be disabled so I have disabled it. There is also information about packages "you should specify the following parameter" - but where should this Packages parameter be specified?
When I choose "Remote Machine" in Visual Studio (the same happens for "Local Machine") and then ReSharper -> Profile -> Run Startup Project Memory Profiling, then "Profile External Application" window appears. However, when I choose "WinRT Application" ("Windows Store and Universal Windows Platform applications"), there is nothing in the list of packages. Pressing "Refresh" doesn't help. And I cannot click "Run" because of the error message "No application package is selected".
I have also tried "Run Application Memory Profiling" instead of "Run Startup Project Memory Profiling" but also without success. I've tried both Debug and Release modes.
How to do profiling of XBox application? How to find memory leaks?