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ODbgExt is an open source debugger extension for WinDbg that is intended to be developed by the debugging community. It is based on the Windows Debugger SDK Sample ‘exts’ and uses the COM Debugger interface IDebugControl. The primary objective of the project is to provide the debugging community a central location to share their debugger extensions that help to isolate common problems in the community and make debugging both live systems and dumps easier. The initial release will be the basic framework that we expect other developers to contribute to. There will be very basic functionality in the initial version. We, GES (Global Escalation Services) intend on doing a series of blogs to talk about writing debugger extensions over the coming year. As we blog about writing extension we will include the code in ODbgExt (This project). This is the same group that runs the http://blogs.msdn.com/ntdebugging blog. We encourage you to sign up and contribute your debugger extension ideas and or code to the project. Simply create a codeplex account and request access.

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