Red Gate .NET Reflector v10.2.2.1831 VSPro + Plugin Reflexil v2.3 + Keygen
What is Red Gate .NET Reflector?
Red Gate .NET Reflector is a class browser, decompiler and static analyzer for software created with .NET Framework, originally written by Lutz Roeder. MSDN Magazine named it as one of the Ten Must-Have utilities for developers, and Scott Hanselman listed it as part of his "Big Ten Life and Work-Changing Utilities".
.NET Reflector was the first CLI assembly browser. It can be used to inspect, navigate, search, analyze, and browse the contents of a CLI component such as an assembly and translates the binary information to a human-readable form. By default Reflector allows decompilation of CLI assemblies into C#, Visual Basic .NET, C++/CLI and Common Intermediate Language and F# (alpha version). Reflector also includes a "Call Tree" that can be used to drill down into intermediate language methods to see what other methods they call. It will show the metadata, resources and XML documentation. .NET Reflector can be used by .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. There are a large number of add-ins for Reflector.
.NET Reflector can be used to track down performance problems and bugs, browse classes, and maintain or help become familiar with code bases. It can also be used to find assembly dependencies, and even windows DLL dependencies, by using the Analyzer option. There is a call tree and inheritance-browser. It will pick up the same documentation or comments that are stored in xml files alongside their associated assemblies that are used to drive IntelliSense inside Visual Studio. It is even possible to cross-navigate related documentation (
xmldoc), searching for specific types, members and references. It can be used to effectively convert source code between C# and Visual Basic.
.NET Reflector has been designed to host add-ins to extend its functionality, many of which are open source. Some of these add-ins provide other languages that can be disassembled too, such as PowerShell, Delphi and MC++. Others analyze assemblies in different ways, providing quality metrics, sequence diagrams, class diagrams, dependency structure matrices or dependency graphs. It is possible to use add-ins to search text, save disassembled code to disk, export an assembly to XMI/UML, compare different versions, or to search code. Other add-ins allow debugging processes. Some add-ins are designed to facilitate testing by creating stubs and wrappers.
Key Features of Red Gate .NET Reflector:
- Use the Visual Studio debugger: Use your regular debugging techniques on any decompiled assemblies as if they were your own, using the Visual Studio debugger.
- Debug third-party assemblies: Generate .pdb files for decompiled assemblies and save them so you only need to enable debugging once for each assembly.
- Dynamic decompilation: Assemblies decompile seamlessly in Visual Studio so source code is always available for your libraries.
- Use VS shortcuts: Use F12 to “Go To Definition”, F9 to “Set Breakpoints”, and F11 to “Step Into” any decompiled code.
- C#7 decompilation: .NET Reflector supports C#7, .NET 4.7.2, and .NET Core and Standard.
- Browse assemblies: .NET Reflector VSPro adds the Reflector Object Browser into Visual Studio. Use the tree view to navigate through code.
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