I was aware your comment was months ago, I wanted to point out that what was going on back then kind of fits the whole situation now. JetBrains have now released the product called dotPeek and it can be found here. Hun1Ahpu 2, 2 20
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These include contextual and context-insensitive navigation, usage search, as well as different code structure and hierarchy views. It can also be used to find assembly dependencies, and even windows DLL dependencies, by using the Analyzer option.
I would suggest giving them all a try and seeing which one you prefer. Jump to a type, symbol or anything Whenever you put a caret on a symbol in the code view area, dotPeek offers a plethora of contextual navigation options that are all available via Navigate To drop-down menu. I don't run it that much and so have to update every time I do. In fot opinion, there are ner serious alternatives to keep an eye on, all of which are free: It can reliably decompile any.
Pricing and licensing for businesses and individuals. Rather just type definitions, right? Retrieved 20 January Telerik also has a free decompiler: It is even possible to cross-navigate related documentation xmldocsearching for specific types, members and references. This seems to be a common issue with software lately. And it uses spaces for indentation instead of tabs and there's no config option to change! With Cecil, you can load existing managed assemblies, browse all the contained types, modify them on the fly and save back to the disk the modified assembly.
Archived from the original on 2 July When I dlt 'No', it appears to do nothing. Jetbrains is going to add decompiler to it's resharper, and release standalone decompller too. Visual Studio extension for.
NET developers to understand the inner workings of code libraries, to show the differences between two versions of the same assembly, and how the various parts of a CLI application interact with each other. I used to love Reflector back in the day, but ever since RedGate took over it has gone downhill dramatically. Retrieved 4 July The problem is that Red Gate's products are expensive and they do not have a pricing scheme for individual developers.
Navigate to related code dotPeek indexes all assemblies in your assembly list, as well as all assemblies that they reference, and provides features to quickly jump to specific code. This can potentially save a lot of time if you need to restore lost source code from a legacy assembly.
NET Reflector would cease to exist by end of February Get the binaries at build. I am sick of it, reflectpr I refletcor ready for something better.
Development started after Red Gate announced that the free version of. Others analyze assemblies in different ways, providing quality metrics, sequence diagrams, class diagrams, dependency structure matrices or dependency graphs.
It was good enough for me. Some people are happy with Version X, why should all the updates effect them?
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