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The Arduino debug tool is an optional upgrade for the Visual Micro plugin. The debugger is a software debugger that uses serial usb. When your project is ready for debug please use the free no obligation trial.

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Since July 2019 Visual Micro fully supports GDB in Visual Studio 2017 and 2019. This forum board can be used to ask questions about custom/advanced vscode compatible debugging and also the simple one-click debuggers such as Black Magic, Atmel ICE, J-Link, GDB Stub +++. Requests for new one-click debuggers can also be made here. Visual Micro GDB support multiple .ino files, cpp, library and platform sources. tip: for unlimited high speed trace and plot points, use the Visual Micro Serial debugger as an alternative.

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Atmel Corporation provide a free development tool which is a modified version of Microsoft Visual Studio. This board is for questions relating specifically to Visual Micro in Atmel Studio such as Creating projects, Intellisense and Device Programming.

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Soon to be discontinued - Support for programming Arduino in Visual Studio 2010. This is an older "add-in" version of Visual Micro and is not recommended. Please upgrade to Visual Studio 2012, 2013 or 2015. You can Remove older version of Visual Micro from Control panel>Add or Remove Programs. tip: After installing the new version delete the older tool bars.

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