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DefaultTraceListener logs to Debugger.Log:
DefaultTraceListener in the MOBILE profile is hardcoded to also log to Console.Out:
This leads to trace messages (Debug.WriteLine etc) showing up twice in the application output.
I look forward to seeing this one fixed.
Any progress on this one? I'm about ready to write my own post-processing script so I can read the output more clearly.
Ideally the Debug.WriteLine output could be piped to a different stream, that way the timestamp and such isn't mixed in.
*** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of bug 13538 ***
on iOS I found a trick
I was using System.Diagnostics.Debug.Print(..) that display twice
but System.Console.WriteLine(..) display only once
so just create
public class Debug
[ Conditional("DEBUG") ]
public static void Print (string s)
and call this class, not Diagnostics one