It’s with great pleasure that I’m able to announce the release of the first .NET Reflector 7 early access build. We’ve decided that the best place to make these builds available to you is via the main .NET Reflector download page at:
There’s no need to sign-up. Just click the Download link in the banner on the right-hand side.
Highlights in the first build include:
• Better decompilation, including iterator block (yield) support, and improved .NET 4.0 support.
• Tabbed decompilation.
• The ability to decompile and explore code in referenced assemblies directly in Visual Studio.
There are also numerous bug fixes and smaller improvements.
System requirements are still pretty modest, although you will need .NET 3.5 or later to run this new version of Reflector. Other than that, Windows XP or later, 128 MB of RAM (although we’d recommend more), and 16 MB free hard disk space, is where it’s at.
Please do take the opportunity to use these builds, and please tell us what you think, or if you run into any problems, in this forum.