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I’d like to report that I had an issue where the “Navigating…” message that shows up after opening JustDecompile got stuck and would not go away. I ended up renaming my ~/AppData/Roaming/JustDecompile folder to get the interface to load and become usable. I’m not sure what it was trying to do, but I could see through the “Navigating…” message that it had opened up some part of the treeview but then just sat there doing nothing and not letting me use the GUI. I’m using Version 2017.1.116.2.
Mattias
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 answered on 06 Aug 2019
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Hi!

When I try to open some .NET Core dll the follow message appear:

Specify System.Runtime, Version=0.0.0.0, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=b03f5ff7f11d50a3a

I Already try to refer manually a several System.Runtime dll, but nothing works
Any clue?

Kammen
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 answered on 29 Jul 2019
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Hi all,

I use JustDecompile in another program (to automate decompiling) when we are doing analysis of C# code.  Anyway, I have some DLLs in one main directory and I a restricted subset of them in another directory to test.  Using the exact same arguments other than the path to access the file, it decompiles it differently.  In the one with the directory with less DLLs (the testing directory), it compiles functions this way:

this.a.add_FieldChange(new FieldChangeEventHandler(this, af.a));
this.a.add_LogEntryAdded(new LogEntryEventHandler(this, af.c));

 

But run this against the full directory and it decompiles it this way:

this.a.FieldChange += new FieldChangeEventHandler(this.a);
this.a.LogEntryAdded += new LogEntryEventHandler(this.c);

 

I did not see anything in the documentation about this or about it having a switch to cause it to use one method to decompile vs another.  Why is it decompiling it differently and is there a way to control one method (output) vs. the other?

Kammen
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 answered on 17 Jun 2019
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Hello Everyone,

It is great to have all your feedback for JustDecompile. Thank you for downloading and helping us improve JustDecompile. Now you can share your feature requests with us and the community, vote for them and see their progress here:

http://justdecompile.uservoice.com

We constantly review all of your ideas and always strive to act upon your feedback as soon as possible.

Vladi
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Kammen
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 answered on 10 Jun 2019
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I'm trying to install JustDecompile onto my home desktop running Windows 10 Pro N (build 10240). I have tried both the bootstrap install and the offline MSI. I've submitted an error log. Attached is a screenshot of the last bit of it. This is incredibly frustrating as this is a very handy product.
Joy
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 answered on 05 Jun 2019
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Afternoon,

I am using JustDecompile 2012.2.621.2 and it's not starting up, under no circumstances ...

Anybody else having that behaviour and/or a fix for it ?

S.Reisinger
Kammen
Telerik team
 answered on 27 May 2019
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Hello I just downloaded the program and I tried to decompile something I had to modify it, but I get an error message : JustDecompile supports only valid CLR assemblies. Not supported file(s). Please help. The program I want to decompile is a .exe
Alexander
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 answered on 08 Mar 2019
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A bunch of methods came out in a way I can't interpret. This is supposed to be C#: Here is one example of many methods that have a similar construction. This won't compile. But, does anybody know what this should be? (Part of a MVC project 'Home Controller" I'm trying to reconstruct from a DLL.)
 
// ***************************
private async Task AddStandardDocumentsToCompany(Company ownerCompany)
{
    HomeController.<AddStandardDocumentsToCompany>d__14 variable = new HomeController.<AddStandardDocumentsToCompany>d__14();
    variable.<>4__this = this;
    variable.ownerCompany = ownerCompany;
    variable.<>t__builder = AsyncTaskMethodBuilder.Create();
    variable.<>1__state = -1;
    variable.<>t__builder.Start<HomeController.<AddStandardDocumentsToCompany>d__14>(ref variable);
    return variable.<>t__builder.Task;
}

// ****************************************

 Bob


Alexander
Telerik team
 answered on 01 Mar 2019
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I used VS2015 and it had the JustDecompile extension in there which I found very useful, upgraded to VS2017 when it came out and now I can't get the extension. An update for JustDecompile has just come out, which said that it now works with VS2017, so I've installed that - the list of VS for the extension didn't mention 2017, when will we get a VS2017 version of the extension?

I'm currently using version 2017.2.502.1 of JustDecompile

Alexander
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 answered on 01 Feb 2019
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Is there a roadmap for JustDecompile?  Will it be updated for Net Core and AspNet Core projects in Visual Studio 2017 (or Visual Studio 2019)?  What are the plans and release timeline for JustDecompile?
Stefan
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 answered on 20 Dec 2018
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