what happened to the decompiler?

From one day to another F12 now moves to object inspector again.
In options window there is a decompile checkbox but checking it just
results in a badly formatted metadata view without any xmldoc and without
separation lines.

(Just me?)

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6 comments

Hello Markus,

Could you please attach a screenshot of ReSharper | Options | External Sources
tab and a screenshot of what appears when you navigate to a declaration of
System.Console.WriteLine()? Thank you!

Andrey Serebryansky
Senior Support Engineer
JetBrains, Inc
http://www.jetbrains.com
"Develop with pleasure!"

From one day to another F12 now moves to object inspector again.
In options window there is a decompile checkbox but checking it just
results in a badly formatted metadata view without any xmldoc and
without
separation lines.
(Just me?)



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Andrew,

Could you please attach a screenshot of ReSharper | Options | External Sources
tab and a screenshot of what appears when you navigate to a declaration of
System.Console.WriteLine()? Thank you!


For Console.WriteLine() or System.Linq.Enumerable.Where() it works. But not
for WPF related classes like Window.ShowDialog().

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/\/\arkus.

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Hi,

same here - decompile is not available any more. I've attached a screenshot
of my settings and the navigate-To menu on Console.WriteLine.

Kind regards,
Henning Krause

"Markus Springweiler"  wrote in message news:itwuvwtbe88j$.dlg@sihv.de...

From one day to another F12 now moves to object inspector again.
In options window there is a decompile checkbox but checking it just
results in a badly formatted metadata view without any xmldoc and without
separation lines.

(Just me?)

--
/\/\arkus.

0

Henning,

same here - decompile is not available any more. I've attached a screenshot
of my settings and the navigate-To menu on Console.WriteLine.


You should select "Metadata view" in the context menu -- the matter is
what you'll see then.

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/\/\arkus.

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Hi,

this works for Console.WriteLine() but not for
System.Data.Linq.Table.

Kind regards,
Henning Krause

"Markus Springweiler"  wrote in message news:4vkxhb2cjiin.dlg@sihv.de...

Henning,

same here - decompile is not available any more. I've attached a
screenshot
of my settings and the navigate-To menu on Console.WriteLine.


You should select "Metadata view" in the context menu -- the matter is
what you'll see then.

--
/\/\arkus.

0

Hi,

this works for Console.WriteLine() but not for
System.Data.Linq.Table.

Kind regards,
Henning Krause

"Markus Springweiler"  wrote in message news:4vkxhb2cjiin.dlg@sihv.de...

Henning,

same here - decompile is not available any more. I've attached a
screenshot
of my settings and the navigate-To menu on Console.WriteLine.


You should select "Metadata view" in the context menu -- the matter is
what you'll see then.

--
/\/\arkus.

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