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No option to Go To decompiled definition, and cant step in.

Postby Jaimi » Wed Nov 03, 2010 11:31 pm

Just purchased pro version and activated it. Have Visual Studio 2010 Ultimate.

i choose "Explore decompiled assemblies" from the .Net Reflector after decompiling system.

I find the method, and right click - there is no "Go to decompiled definition" option. The menu has "Open in .NET reflector", and the second option is "Find all references". It's just missing.

As well, I cannot step into the code. I'm trying to debug an error in

AppDomain.AppDomainSetup.ConfigurationFile, and though I have selected every version of SYSTEM in "Choose assemblies to debug" and compiled them all, I still cannot step into this property. (Yes, I have turned off the step over properties option).

What could I be doing wrong?

I have followed the steps someone mentioned in the forums for looking at system.console.writeline, and was not able to step into that or use "Go to decompled definition" on it either.
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Postby Clive Tong » Thu Nov 04, 2010 4:29 pm

Hi.

The type AppDomain.AppDomainSetup is actually in mscorlib.dll and not system.dll.

Can you try decompiling that and then stepping into the property that you mention?

Thanks.
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Postby Jaimi » Thu Nov 04, 2010 11:13 pm

You sir, are indeed correct. I must have been reading some incorrect MS documentation. Works great - thanks!
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