Debugging .NET Core Projects
To run and debug .NET Core projects, you need to have the .NET Core runtime installed. You can typically check if .NET Core is installed by running the
dotnet command in Terminal/Command Prompt.
The IDEs will automatically find the installed .NET Core runtime in its default location. The following topics will help you set up .NET Core, if needed.
- Setting up for .NET Core Development with Fire on Mac
- Setting up for .NET Core Development with Water on Windows
- Visual Studio 2019 or later automatically install support for .NET Core 3.0 or later
The IDEs will automatically take care of launching your project via the
dotnet runtime environment.
Once your your application is launched, you can debug your code the same as you would any other project. For example, you can set Breakpoints to pause execution when a certain part of your code is hit, and you will automatically "break" into the debugger, if any Exception occurs.