Visual Studio Debugger Breakpoint Helper
The Common Language Runtime was unable to set the breakpoint
This usually means the managed code was built without the System.Diagnostics.DebuggableAttribute
attribute. In order to debug managed code, the CLR JITter has to generate tracking info. If this attribute
is present, as it is on Debug builds by default, then tracking info will be created. It is also created
if the program is launched by the debugger. However, if the attribute is missing (e.g. in a Release build
that is not launched by the debugger) then there is no tracking information, so the debugger is unable
to set breakpoints anywhere in the code. You can read more about this, and how to force tracking information
to be generated here.
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