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Debug third-party code, even if you don't have the source. .NET Reflector saves time and simplifies development by letting you see and debug into the source of all the .NET code you work with. Follow bugs through your own code, third-party components, and any compiled .NET code you work with. You can see third-party code in Visual Studio, and debug into it just like your own. See how data flows through a library or component, and watch locals change as you debug. Track down the exact location of bugs in your own code or third-party libraries and find dependencies, diff assemblies, and understand how code works. Replace poor or missing documentation by seeing how the code works in context. Find unexposed and undocumented functionality and get more out of the APIs and technologies you’re using. Drill into how .NET languages and frameworks are implemented, and learn how to use them. .NET Reflector VSPro provides the following functionality: Dynamic decompilation inside Visual Studio, set breakpoints in code (F9), even if you don’t have the source. Step into decompiled code (F11), run it with the Visual Studio debugger and Go To Definition (F12) for any code. VSPro edition includes the standalone application, and the Reflector Object Browser in Visual Studio, to navigate decompiled code.
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What's New in Reflector 8.5
What's New in Reflector 8.4
What's New in Reflector 8.3
What's new in .NET Reflector 8.2
What's new in .NET Reflector 8
Search and filtering
Version 8 of .NET Reflector introduces a new search filter to the object browser in both Reflector Desktop and the Visual Studio extension. When you type in the search box, the contents of the object explorer are filtered based on your search terms. The search includes basic scoping. So, for example, typing "web.read" would filter the object explorer to show only items with names containing "read" whose parent items contain "web".
Debugging in Visual Studio
The ability to generate PDB files for decompiled code was introduced in version 7.5, version 8 improves on the debugging workflow in Visual Studio by allowing you to navigate to decompiled code from frames in the call stack, and by decompiling automatically if a debugging session encounters an exception in code without source. Additionally, setting a breakpoint in decompiled code now triggers automatic PDB generation, making it easier to step through 3rd party code.
.NET Reflector 7 Release Notes
Features and Enhancements
.NET Reflector is a class browser, analyzer,and decompiler for .NET assemblies.
Highlights in this new release include:
Integrates with Windows Explorer and Visual Studio via Add-in
You can open Visual Studio, and use the .NET Reflector menu to select referenced assemblies you would like to debug into. These assemblies are then decompiled to C# or VB. You can then step into them whilst debugging, set breakpoints, see the values of variables and parameters, etc. In fact, the only debugger functionality that will not work is edit and continue.
You can also decompile and explore source if you right-click on a project reference, and then click Decompile and Explore on the context menu.
Supported .NET Framework Versions
.NET Reflector requires Microsoft .NET Framework 3.5 or later to run, but can open assemblies compiled against any version of the .NET framework, or Mono.
Supported OS Versions
Windows XP SP2 or later,Windows Server 2003,Windows Vista,Windows Server 2008 & 2008 R2,Windows 7
Supports 32-bit and 64-bit versions of all listed operating systems, where applicable.
Supported Visual Studio Versions
The following versions of Microsoft Visual Studio are supported by the .NET Reflector add-in:
What's New in .NET Reflector V6.5:
Find and fix bugs, fast
With .NET Reflector you can decompile, understand, and fix any .NET code, even if you don't have the source
Look inside any .NET code
Code smarter with .NET Reflector
.NET Reflector saves time and simplifies development by letting you see and debug into the source of all the .NET code you work with. Development is increasingly dependent on third-party technologies – using available frameworks and libraries is a great way to get stuff done fast without re-inventing the wheel. But the problem with using code you didn't write is that you're dependent on the documentation, and it's hard to debug. Documentation is often missing or incomplete, and debugging has to stop where your own code stops. This gets even worse with a legacy code base. Use .NET Reflector to look into the black box of missing or undocumented source code and start coding with confidence.
.NET Reflector is available in 3 editions:
.NET Reflector Standard - Basic decompilation
.NET Reflector VS - Decompile in Visual studio
.NET Reflector VSPro - Debug 3rd party code
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