• .NET

    Search in JustDecompile

    January 13, 2012 Share
    There are many reasons why you would want to decompile an assembly with Telerik JustDecompile. Perhaps you’re curious about the inner workings of a particular reference, or maybe you’re looking for interesting techniques. But when you’re trying to solve an issue, you need to be able to quickly find what’s going wrong. Clues can range from a particular method call to an exception message, and a more robust method of searching was requested on the JustDecompile User Voice. We have answered the request in the latest version of JustDecompile. The Search Window The new search window is accessible through the common shortcut...
  • .NET

    Command Line Support and More in JustDecompile

    October 20, 2011 Share
    Although the command prompt has fallen out of vogue in the past few years, developers and power users alike invoke cmd when a job calls for finesse. Command line support is also essential for many scripting and automation languages, such as MSBuild. JustDecompile has the ability to export code directly from the command prompt. For ease of use, I recommend adding %PROGRAMFILES(X86)%\Telerik\JustDecompile\Libraries to your path. To decompile an assembly from the prompt, use the command JustDecompile.exe /out:[OutputDirectory] /target:[PathAndAssemblyName]. This currently only supports csharp, but in the future the /lang switch will enable you to target other languages. You may find yourself wanting to...
  • .NET

    Create Projects with JustDecompile

    August 08, 2011 Share
    The most requested feature on UserVoice for JustDecompile was the ability to create a Visual Studio project from an assembly, and the latest version gives you that capability. This is useful for exporting lost projects or obtaining multiple classes without the need to copy and paste code. Let’s take a look at how it works. Open JustDecompile. Select the assembly you’re interested in. You can use the Create Project feature in one of two ways: the button on the menu bar or by right-clicking an assembly.   You will then need to select a folder in which to save the project. A dialog will appear and...