KeepReflectorFree Keep​Reflector​Free

Niner since 2011


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    Can someone mention this in the next episode:

    Redgate are now charging for well known "free" tool ".Net Reflector". Redgate is saying it is going to be charging $35 starting end of February 2011.

    In my opinion this totally the wrong thing to do - it should always stay free.This is a great injustice to the .Net community as Lutz Roeder (Microsoft) always made this free, and so many people use this for work and education. As Java has free decompilers, why not keep this free for .Net?

    Does anyone know any good alternatives? Or any chance in getting Microsoft to own/support this (or develop their own)?