Provides methods for interaction with a target item of the common language runtime (CLR).
Gets the operating system identifier for the current thread.
Gets the base memory address for the specified image.
Gets an identifier for the kind of instruction set that the target process is using.
Gets the size, in bytes, of a pointer to the current target.
Gets a pointer to the context of the thread with the specified identifier.
Gets a value in thread local storage (TLS) at the specified index for the specified thread.
Reads data from the specified virtual memory address into the specified buffer.
Called by the common language runtime (CLR) data access services to request an operation, as defined by the implementation.
Sets the current context of the specified thread in the target process.
Sets a value in the thread local storage (TLS) of the specified thread in the target process.
Writes data from the specified buffer to the specified virtual memory address.
The API client (that is, the debugger) must implement this interface as appropriate for the particular target item. For example, a live process would have an implementation different from that of a memory dump.
Platforms: See .NET Framework System Requirements.
Header: ClrData.idl, ClrData.h
.NET Framework Versions: Available since 2.0