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Feedback: Howto support DependencyProperties and WF ?

Mar 28, 2009 at 7:30 AM
Hi everywhere,

I'm a computer science student just finishing a WF-related-project and
I would like to give the users of my rehosted designer
give the possibility to debug into a running workflow, inspect
the current Workflow Property-Values and so on...
(go to the tree of the activities - like "Mole" is doing it...)

Crack.NET works with my app (I just put a suspend activity somewhere
to pause the WF for inspection), but
I see no data at all (perhaps as nearly everything is a dependency
property and they are not yet implemented?

(I have some "classic" string collections in my wf-classes  - they show up fine... promising for the rest...)

Could you give me a hint how to extend Crack.NET to support the
dependeny properties and for example navigating into the WF-activity-tree?

Thank you very much in advance for any hint,