dotPeek 1.0 is Released
Blog :JetBrains .NET Tools Blog
Date: 5/10/2012 5:48:19 PM
Free .NET decompiler and assembly browser from JetBrains is now officially live! Please download dotPeek 1.0 and enjoy high-standard decompilation with ReSharper-inspired navigation and search!
Just as a reminder, here’s the list of key dotPeek features:
- Decompiling .NET Framework 1.0-4.5 assemblies to C#. Libraries (.dll), executables (.exe), and Windows 8 metadata files (.winmd) are all supported.
- Connecting to symbol and source servers to fetch original source code, if available. If you let dotPeek sniff around for PDB files or a source server, it can get source code matching your assemblies, and show it to you.
- Quick overview of code structure and hierarchy. ReSharper’s File Structure and Type Hierarchy are all included. There’s also References Hierarchy to explore dependencies between references.
- Powerful ReSharper-inspired navigation and search, including Go to Type, Go to Symbol, Go to File Member, and the whole set of context-sensitive navigation like jumping to symbol declarations, implementations, derived and base symbols.
- Accurate search for symbol usages — again, this is by virtue of ReSharper search features like Find Usages, Find Usages Advanced, and Highlight Usages.
- Familiar keyboard shortcuts for most actions: Visual Studio and IntelliJ IDEA keymaps are included to ensure a familiar experience for users of (you guessed it) ReSharper and other JetBrains developer tools.
To learn more about dotPeek 1.0, read dotPeek Features, or watch this introductory video by James Kovacs that is also available on JetBrains TV:
Haven’t you downloaded dotPeek yet? Please do. Decompile with pleasure!