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  • New from SharpDevelop: ILSpy

    When Red Gate Software announced that .NET Reflector would no longer be available for free, the SharpDevelop Team immediately removed the addin supporting it . However, we liked the features provided by .NET Reflector so much that we decided to look into providing an open-source replacement – based...
    Posted to Weblog by ChristophWille on 02-16-2011
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    Posted to Gallery by ChristophWille on 02-11-2011
  • ILSpy - Decompiler

    If you haven't read Daniel's post already - ILSpy is open-source alternative to the .NET Reflector licensed under MIT/X11. I have uploaded my decompiler engine to the github repository and Daniel has already integrated it with the ILSpy GUI. The decompiler is based on my university dissertation...
    Posted to Weblog by DavidSrbecky on 02-11-2011
  • ILSpy Resources

    Please see for downloads (supported builds), continuous integration builds, blog posts, roadmap and source code.
    Posted to Forum by ChristophWille on 02-08-2011
  • ILSpy - Disassembler

    Even though the killer feature that everyone is waiting for is the decompiler; it's often still is interesting to directly look at the IL code. Of course, this feature can't be missing in a tool called ILSpy. Implementing it also provided me with a way to test the GUI logic while the decompiler...
    Posted to Weblog by DanielGrunwald on 02-07-2011
  • ILSpy - a new .NET assembly inspector

    First, I'll let the screenshot speak for itself: Now that RedGate has announced that Reflector will no longer available be for free; the SharpDevelop team has started to create an open-source replacement: ILSpy Just as any of the assembly browsers inspired by ILDasm, the UI is simple: a tree view...
    Posted to Weblog by DanielGrunwald on 02-04-2011
  • Re: Reflector Replacement

    IMHO the existing public Cecil.Decompiler code belongs in the "never passed the experimental stage". However Jb Evain writes that he has improved it a lot (not yet published), so it might be an option. It still is only a decompiler library; but what people will expect is an assembly browsing...
    Posted to Forum by DanielGrunwald on 02-02-2011
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