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Visual C++ .NET Performance Analysis - how to?

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Hi all -

I'd like to do performance analysis of a non-distributed app written
in unmanaged C++ code in Visual Studio .NET 2003 Enterprise. The
advent of all the new .NET features has my head somewhat spinning, and
I'd like to confirm the following:

"There is no Visual Studio .NET 2003 performance analysis tool for
analyzing unmanaged C++ code"

I like tools like Intel's vTune, or NuMega's performance analysis tool
- you just compile, and then run, and *poof*, you get a call graph,
execution time, time in function, etc. There's no special api calls
needed in your code, etc.

Am I correct that .NET does not have this type of tool integrated
within it?

I see the Visual Studio Analyzer, but it seems like it's more for
analyzing app's written in the .NET framework (managed code), is more
geared for distributed app's, and you have to make changes to your
code if you want to get detailed info.

Thank you!

Chris Finlayson
Nov 16 '05 #1
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Hi all -

I'd like to do performance analysis of a non-distributed app written
in unmanaged C++ code in Visual Studio .NET 2003 Enterprise. The
advent of all the new .NET features has my head somewhat spinning, and
I'd like to confirm the following:

"There is no Visual Studio .NET 2003 performance analysis tool for
analyzing unmanaged C++ code"

I like tools like Intel's vTune, or NuMega's performance analysis tool
- you just compile, and then run, and *poof*, you get a call graph,
execution time, time in function, etc. There's no special api calls
needed in your code, etc.

Am I correct that .NET does not have this type of tool integrated
within it?

I see the Visual Studio Analyzer, but it seems like it's more for
analyzing app's written in the .NET framework (managed code), is more
geared for distributed app's, and you have to make changes to your
code if you want to get detailed info.

Thank you!

Chris Finlayson

Nov 16 '05 #2

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