My gripe with JustDecompile - Upgrading .NET Framework from 4.0 to 4.5+ is a major upgrade. Both versions do not run side-by-side. Version 4.5 actually uninstalls and replaces version 4, therefore, the decision to upgrade must be made with careful consideration. Yet nowhere on the download page or during the installation process is there any warning that this will happen. I caught it only by reading the status messages that display during the installation process. Fortunately there was no harm done to my development machine because I took a snapshot of my virtual prior to installing.
1. Add the requirements to the download the page and to the installation welcome screen. Highlight .NET Framework 4.5 in bold.
2. Make a user click a checkbox during the installation process that alerts the user that .NET Framework 4 will be replaced with NET Framework 4.5. If the user does not agree to this than exit the installation.
Which is the latest version of JustDecompile that runs on .NET Framework 4