To apply order to the way you work with multiple assemblies, and also to support switching between different sets of assemblies, ReSharper organizes assemblies and folders into assembly lists. You can work with different assembly lists depending on your context. You can save and reopen assembly lists, or clear the current list if you no longer need it.
An assembly list is saved as links to local resources and therefore might not be opened correctly on other computers.
- Click Save Assembly List on the toolbar.
- Specify a name and location for the assembly list file.
- Click Open Assembly List on the toolbar.
- Select an assembly list file (*.dpl).
When you expand an assembly in the Assembly Explorer, you can see the list of referenced assemblies under the References node. The referenced assemblies do not expand further; however, you can explore them by adding to the root level of the Assembly Explorer.
- Expand the References node of an assembly and select a reference to the assembly that you want to explore further.
- Double-click on the reference or right-click on the reference and choose Show at root level.
- The assembly will be added to the assembly list so that you can explore its contents.