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Suspect I am missing something obvious here, but I have 4.0 running and am attempting to try out the APIs to add memory leak detection. Each time I execute my test "MemProfiler.IsEnabled" is set to false. Running Windows 7, 64-bit, vs2010, MSTest building in debug mode (despite the warning) guy to see how it works and what the assertion would look like. In my test dll configuration I added "gcConcurrent" to false and "supportedRuntime" to 4.0.30319 (although that is my target framework for the test assembly).
What am I missing here?
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Have you included the /noisolation command line argument to MSTest? Without this argument, MSTest will spawn a separate test process when running the tests, and the profiler will not be enabled for this process,
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