dotPeek 1.2 Is Released

We have finally finished fine-tuning the new version of dotPeek, our free .NET decompiler and assembly browser. Please download dotPeek 1.2 that receives a new superpower and learns how to walk in symbol server shoes.

dotPeek12 is released

Highlights of this update include:

  • dotPeek can be used as a symbol server and provide Visual Studio debugger with the information required to debug assembly code. Not only can dotPeek generate source files on debugger’s request but you can even generate PDB files manually with dotPeek and watch the progress in a dedicated tool window.
  • Process Explorer window that provides you with the list of all currently running processes and allows exploring their modules and decompiling those of them that are .NET assemblies.
  • Quick search and node filtering in Assembly Explorer with lowerCamelHumps supported.

For the full list of fixes and enhancements addressed in version 1.2, take a look at release notes.

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5 Responses to dotPeek 1.2 Is Released

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    Simon Stewart says:

    July 17, 2014


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    Jordan says:

    July 17, 2014

    You guys rock!

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    Aron says:

    July 17, 2014

    Holy shit! now that’s the best news of this week so far =D and as I can see so far it works flawlessy! Many clever ideas (I love the new search function and that it automatically locates it in assembly explorer). And now I just wanted to start with C++.. I guess this has to wait ^_^ ASTONISHING work guys 🙂 Keep it up!

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    Barry Cantor says:

    August 13, 2014

    This new version with all these new features SUCKS!
    They’re HORRIBLE!

    What kind of company puts out stuff that lets me decompile stuff so easily, integrate with VS when needed most, generate PDB files, and quick search and node filtering in Assembly Explorer?

    I mean, that’s the stuff coders are made of, for pete’s sake (btw: who’s Pete, anyway?).

    Now I have a way better tool to ferret out (the rare & few) bugs I have, which means my product ships cleaner, which means I must remain on track with introducing mystery anomalies such that my client will come back and need to hire me to resolve them (just as long as they don’t discover this tool, I’m safe.)

    Thank you, JetBrains, for, yet again, equipping me with tools which continue to make me have to stoop to such unscrupulous deceptive thievery with my clients.

    (Ok, do you know this is humor praising the new dotPeek v1.2, right? Good!)

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    Mario says:

    January 27, 2016

    Thanks you so so so so so much for this incredible piece of software.


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