No… I’m not recommending crack cocaine! I’m talking about Crack.NET, the new lightweight .NET debugging tool from Josh Smith. It’s better than cocaine and has fewer side effects! (That’s pure conjecture.)
I just gave it a whirl, and this is a great tool, especially for a v.1 release. It’s super easy to use and has a very intuitive UI.
I can’t wait to see what we get in future versions of Crack.NET! I’m voting for some WPF goodness like the tree explorer from Mole. And hopefully we can get the ability to interactively change property values. And I’d love to see some intellisense in the IronPython script editor. (I guess I may have to ask Josh if I can join the codeplex project. )