Back in 2009 I mused on the idea of ‘breakpoint sequences’, where a breakpoint was only hit if a series of previous breakpoints have been hit.
This functionality now exists in Visual Studio 2022, and it’s wonderful. It’s useful enough for me to immediately switch from VS2017 to VS2022 as my “day to day” IDE for Windows. Normally I take forever to make the move as I have tools that manage projects and solutions across all the compilers that I support, I just develop in the one that works best for me.
It’s like Christmas has come early! Thank you Visual Studio Dev Team!