The Assembly Browser
window shows all the references JustCode finds throuhgout the currently open solution. It shows what’s been already decompiled for debugging and
provides means to manually add more libraries to the decompiled-for-debugging ones. From there you can select multiple libraries
for decompilation and debugging, and manage a list of your already decompiled ones. You can either pick some of the listed libraries,
or look for ones in a folder of your choice. You can also clear the cache for the decompiled-for-debugging items from this window.
You are able to track the progress of decompiling of the libraries you select inside that window. The list is updated when changes are introduced
to the solution (projects added/removed, references added/removed, etc.).
The following actions are available on assemblies from the list:
Once an assembly is selected from the list, pressing this button will start the decompilation process. It generates the pdb and source code
necessary for debugging the selected assembly. This action can be performed using the context menu on the selected items or the context menu of
the project's references
Opens the file browser dialog to find and add an assembly to the list manually. It can be then decompiled for debugging from the respective command.
Clears ALL generated pdb-s and source code from the symbols cache. If more precise cache manipulations are required,
the context menu on the selected items presents the ability to clear the cache only for these items.
Expands/collapses a panel with a brief description of the available actions inside the Assembly Browser window.
Some of these actions are also available through the context menu on any selected item (or multiple items):
Visual Studio Debugger Settings
There are two options in Visual Studio Debugger settings that, if enabled,
might lead to inconsistent behavior while debugging assemblies decompiled by JustCode:
JustCode displays a collapsable warning at the top of the Assembly Browser window if any of them is enabled. It is highly recommended that you manually disable
these from Visual Studio Options -> Debugging -> General page. The Warning panel presents a shortcut to the desired Visual Studio options page. You can also
dismiss the warning and it won't appear again no matter how your VS settings are arranged.