IL Support Extension v2.0

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    Stilgar

    Is there IL deassembly feature that allows to easily see the IL of a method in VS?

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    Scott Arbeit

    Stilgar - You do already have ILDasm.exe on your computer that can show you IL from any assembly (that hasn't been marked as "don't disassemble"). If you're asking specifically about doing that from within VS, the best I've ever come up with is to add ILDasm.exe on my Tools menu with Tools/External Tools... you can set that up to automatically open the output assembly of the current project.

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    Stilgar

    Yeah I know about ildasm and I use it but I kind of wish that I could right click on a class and see the code in Visual Studio probably with highlighting, goto definition, goto jump label, etc.

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    Chentiangem​alc

    .NET reflector Visual Studio add-in can decompile to IL within Visual Studio with goto definition etc, expect there are other add-ons that do this as well.

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    Anony Mouse

    ILSpy (http://ilspy.net/), one of my favorite tools for learning .NET internals, is an Open Source alternative to Reflector. Strongly recommended!

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