RGA Visual Studio Code Extension
This is a Visual Studio® Code extension for the Radeon GPU Analyzer (RGA). By installing this extension, it is possible to use RGA directly from within Visual Studio® Code.
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Previously, it was only possible to use RGA for DX12 compute and graphics through the command line interface. The RGA Visual Studio® Code extension makes life easier by providing a GUI front end for the tool, and puts together a command used to call RGA from the command line.
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This is a Visual Studio® Code extension for the Radeon GPU Analyzer (RGA). This extension makes it possible to use RGA directly from within VS Code.
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