This section describes the unmanaged enumerations that the debugging API uses.
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Identifies the type of process to be enumerated.
Specifies the reasons why a thread may become blocked on a given object.
Indicates the reason or reasons for the initiation of a call chain.
Describes how an exported function invokes managed code.
Describes why an exported function calls managed code.
Provides additional debugging options that can be used in a call to the ICorDebug::CreateProcess method.
Provides additional information about debug events on the Windows platform.
Indicates the type of callback that is made from an ICorDebugManagedCallback2::Exception event.
Provides additional information about an exception.
Indicates the event that is being signaled by the callback during the unwind phase.
Indicates whether the garbage collector is running on a workstation or a server.
Specifies the generation of a region of memory on the managed heap.
Indicates the handle type.
Indicates whether a particular range of native instructions corresponds to a special code region.
Indicates the types of code that can be stepped into.
Specifies either a version of the .NET Framework, or the version of the .NET Framework in which an interface was introduced.
Identifies the type of stack frame.
Contains values that influence the behavior of the managed just-in-time (JIT) compiler.
Provides the details of how the value of the instruction pointer (IP) was obtained.
Specifies the status of the thread on which the managed debugging assistant (MDA) is fired.
Provides a value that determines whether a debugger loads native (NGen) images from the native image cache.
Describes the format of the data in a byte array that contains information about a native exception debug event.
Specifies the registers associated with a given processor architecture.
Indicates whether the context is from the active (or leaf) frame on the stack or has been computed by unwinding from another frame.
Describes the amount of cached data that must be discarded based on changes to the process.
Indicates the outcome of an individual step.
Specifies the state of a thread for debugging.
Specifies the type of unmapped code that can trigger a halt in code execution by the stepper.
Indicates the user state of a thread.
Identifies the source of an object to be garbage-collected.
Provides values that specify whether the debugger is able to access local variables or code added in profiler ReJIT instrumentation.
Indicates the severity level of a descriptive message that is written to the event log when a managed thread logs an event.
Indicates the operation that was performed on a debugging/tracing switch.
Indicates the native location type of a variable.
Provides values that specify whether in-memory updates to metadata are visible to a debugger.