A while ago, I noticed that Krzysztof Ko?mic was tweeting regularly about adding debugger visualization to Windsor. At the time, I wasn’t really paying attention, so I didn’ t actually understand what he was doing.
Today, I was coding some stuff, and I downloaded the latest and greatest Windsor 2.5 (from August 2010), and after a while I found myself stepping through some code in a small web application I was building from scratch – and that’s when I found out what he was rambling about…. check this out:
See how the container renders itself as a list of all the components it contains, followed by a list of “Potentially Misconfigured Components”…?
How cool is that? (pretty cool, that’s how cool it is!)
Not a ground-breaking earth-shaking feature on the grand scale of cool stuff, but sometimes it’s the little things…
(I’m puzzled, however, as to why the headline says “Count = 4” in the “Potentially Misconfigured Components” section when the count is clearly 2…?)