dotPeek – Free .NET Decompiler is Available for Early Access
The long-awaited free standalone .NET decompiler from JetBrains goes public today: please welcome JetBrains dotPeek!
- Decompiles .NET 1.0-4.0 assemblies to C#.
- Brings the full power of ReSharper-style navigation to decompiled code.
- Provides syntax highlighting and code insight.
- Is keyboard-centric, with keyboard shortcuts familiar to ReSharper users.
Go to Symbol/Type/File Member, Find Usages, Go to Implementation/Base/Derived Types, plus Parameter Info, Quick Documentation, Type Hierarchy, and Extend/Shrink Selection are already available in dotPeek!
We’re looking forward to your feedback in order to make using dotPeek a smooth ride for .NET developers. Please submit bug reports and feature requests to the dotPeek issue tracker, and discuss the tool on the dotPeek forum.
As a gentle reminder, decompiling functionality is also available in ReSharper 6 EAP.
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