Restart Manager (Visual Studio 2010 Beta) Vs sdk Beta

Restart Manager (Visual Studio 2010 Beta) Vs sdk Beta

Hi, Visual Studio 2010 Beta 1 & 2 (MFC) support for Restart Manager is currently being offered for custom document recovery (Auto save of documents). This feature is needed to provide support similar to having Microsoft Word recovering your unsaved documents. Here is a code snippet from the IADP crashReportExampleWin32 samples project: // Demonstrate an untrapped exception // WARNING: Debugging is not supported for uncaught crash handling! // Executing the following method in an active debugging session will likely // result in a corrupted system state, and a failure to execute crash reporting. void TestApplication::UncaughtCrash() { Application::SetCrashReport(new ExampleCrashReport); IllegalMethod(); } Will the above code have any impact on projects using the Visual Studio 2010 (MFC) support for Restart Manager feature? Regards, Praveen
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BrianDevArch's picture

Good morning. As Visual Studio 2010 is not currently supported by Intel, I cannot comment with much detail on your question. I would operate under the assumption that the ATOM SDK will change a few more times before the final launch version. I wish I could give you better advice, however it looks like it is a case of wait and see.

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