JustDecompile Q1 2015 SP2 just came out of the door. And it’s not a usual service release. This is the richest release for this year, introducing a lot of new features and plenty of fixes.

Major Improvement in Project Generation Functionality

With JustDecompile you can decompile assemblies and easily generate a Visual Studio project. You can attach this project to your current solution and suffice the debugging process to easily find out what’s causing issues. Was it your code or was it the code that comes from this third party dll?

But until a few days ago, the projects that JustDecompile generated where in Visual Studio 2010 format.

Today, JustDecompile generates projects and solutions for Visual Studio 2012 and Visual Studio 2013. We are also up to date with the .NET Framework support, by supporting project generation for decompiled assemblies initially built against .NET Framework 4.5.1 and 4.5.2. Assemblies containing WinRT components, both written on C# and VB.NET, can also be decompiled and brought to Visual Studio projects easily, with just one click of a button.

Multiple Decompilation Fixes and Improvements

We fixed lots of problems and implemented plenty of improvements and you will definitely feel the difference. Here’s an interesting example I decided to share with you.

Did you know about this decompilation problem explained on StackOverflow: http://stackoverflow.com/questions/27409167/how-does-string-equalsa-b-not-produce-a-stackoverflowexception? We had that issue with JustDecompile too and now it’s resolved. The latest version of JustDecompile will properly check for overload of the “==” operator. Check it out :)

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About the Author

Iana Tsolova

is Product Manager at Telerik’s DevTools division. She joined the company back in the beginning of 2008 as a Support Officer and has since occupied various positions at Telerik, including Senior Support Officer, Team Lead at one of the ASP.NET AJAX teams and Technical Support Director. Iana’s main interests are web development, reading articles related to geography, wild nature and latest renewable energy technologies.

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