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Find assemblies in folders

dotPeek allows loading entire folders in the Assembly Explorer window When a folder is loaded, dotPeek processes all its subfolders in hunt for files that it is able to decompile, and displays the folder's hierarchy in the Assembly Explorer.

Open a folder with .NET assemblies

  • From the main menu, choose File | Explore Folder and then select a target folder.

  • Click Explore Folder ThemedIcon.AddFolder.Screen.(Gray).png on the Assembly Explorer toolbar and then select a target folder.

  • Drag a target folder from Windows Explorer to the Assembly Explorer window.

The folder is added to the Assembly Explorer window. You can explore it by expanding the subfolders and all assembly nodes found within it. Double-click code symbols to decompile and view the corresponding code in the code viewer. For more information, refer to Study code.

Any assembly found within folders can be displayed at the root level of the Assembly Explorer. To do so, right-click an assembly node and choose Show at Root Level in the context menu.

Last modified: 11 February 2024