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The most notable thing about Snoop 2.10.0 is that Snoop longer supports .NET 3.5 (for x86 and x64).
The good news is that you can now build the solution very easily with Visual Studio 2017 ... that is, you don't have to rely on Visual Studio 2010. This also means that Snoop will now be reliant on the Visual Studio 2017 redistributables instead of the Visual Studio 2010 ones.
Finally, we are going to update the Chocolatey package (https://chocolatey.org/packages/snoop) and we now have a continuous integration build using AppVeyor. Thanks to Bastian Schmidt for these efforts!
We've got more planned! Stay tuned!
After a long, long time ... I've put together a Snoop release! This bundles together all the fixes and improvements that have been committed to master.
Most notable is the new Triggers tab ... which Bastian Schmidt has contributed ... taking Christian Moser's work from WPF Inspector and porting to Snoop.
Apparently, newer versions of Windows are blocking the files you download. So you might need to manually right click on the file, choose properties, and unblock them.
I have gotten rid of Setup.exe since it keeps showing up on virus scanners. I don't think it had a virus but better safe than sorry. Don't forget that this version of Snoop needs the Visual Studio 2010 MSVC++ x86 and x64 redistributables. You will need to have those installed in order for Snoop to work.
To easily go back to the previous release, I have added the install (Snoop2.8.0.msi) to a release for the tag 2.8.0 (https://github.com/cplotts/snoopwpf/releases/tag/2.8.0).
This is the Snoop 2.8.0 release ... released way back in 2012. I am uploading the .msi so that people can easily go back to Snoop 2.8.0 if they wish or if they experience issues with the latest release.
Don't forget that this version of Snoop needs the x86 and x64 MSVC++ redistributables for Visual Studio 2010. I got rid of the Setup.exe (which installed those) since it was showing up on virus scanners ... and even though I don't think it had a virus ... better safe than sorry, and you're all smart enough to install the redists.