Assembly Explorer window
Assembly Explorer allows opening multiple assemblies and keeping a list of open assemblies and folders. You can traverse and explore all open assemblies. Expanding an assembly node lists namespaces within the assembly, which can be further expanded to types and type members, as well as assembly references. You can double-click any type to decompile it or fetch source from a symbol server (depending on your settings).
In addition, the Assembly Explorer contains nodes representing base types and inheritors of the current type.
Opens an assembly from project file, library file, or a ZIP archive. For more information, see Open and Close Assemblies.
| Allows choosing a folder to be explored recursively and loading all assemblies found in this folder. For more information, see Find Assemblies in Folders. |
Since dotPeek processes the selected folder recursively, make sure not to add a folder that may contain too many assemblies (for example Program Files). It might take long to load all assemblies in dotPeek.
Open from GAC
Open from NuGet Packages Cache
Helps you find and open desired NuGet packages from the local NuGet package cache.
Open from NuGet
Helps you find and open desired NuGet packages from the specified NuGet package sources (nuget.org or custom).
Open from Running Process
Open Assembly List
Opens a list of assemblies saved with the Save Assembly List command. For more information, see Opening assembly list
Save Assembly List
| Saves the list of assemblies currently opened in Assembly Explorer. For more information, see Saving current assembly list |
An assembly list is saved as links to local resources and therefore might not be opened correctly on other computers.
Clear Assembly Explorer
Removes all assemblies from the Assembly Explorer.
Export to Project
Exports the selected assembly to a Visual Studio project. For more information, see Export Assembly to Project.
Generates symbol files (PDB and source files) for the selected assembly. For more information, see Generate PDB Files.