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Nothing special is needed, it is built into Reflector, albeit not very discoverable. You’ll get a chance to change the output directory. Email Required, but never shown. Yea there is, but it doesn’t come cheap http: That slamander seems fine, but as reflector was free, until version 6, and very versatile
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Check out Jason Bock’s FileGeneratorit might be what you are looking for. I’ve used Denis Bauer’s Reflector. Yea there is, but it doesn’t come cheap http: Fadrian Sudaman 5, 14 They also be some legal issues associated with decompiling exe into project – and source for recompilation, so use it with reflector filedisassembler.
Is there any way to get reflector to create a VS project with the code so I can view it properly rerlector Visual Studio? I have used it to decompile assembly, but I’ve never used the feature filedisassfmbler decompile it into a project so can’t give reflector filedisassembler a review on that.
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Jason Haley 3, 13 AxelEckenberger 14k 2 40 Sign up or log in Sign up using Google. You’ll get a chance to change the output directory.
That slamander seems fine, but as reflector was free, until version 6, reflector filedisassembler very versatile Right-click the assembly in the left pane and choose Export. Email Required, but never shown. Post as a guest Name. Sign up using Email and Password. It works well enough to compile and step through the code. flledisassembler
I am just not aware that Reflector had that feature. Sorry to ask, but why did you used it instead reflector? Sign up using Facebook.