ReSharper 2024.1 Help

Explore assembly dependency diagram

ReSharper helps you visually explore dependencies between compiled assemblies. You can create a diagram from any number of assemblies and explore how these assemblies reference each other.

ReSharper: Assembly dependency diagram

Create initial diagram

Select one or more assemblies in the Assembly Explorer window, right-click the selection and choose Show Assembly Dependency Diagram in the context menu . The diagram will include all selected assemblies as well as all assemblies referenced from them. References between assemblies are represented with arrows.

Show and hide items

There are several ways to show/hide items on the diagram:

  • To show some assemblies in the diagram and hide others, Ctrl-click assemblies you want to select, then right-click the selection and choose Show only selected items.

  • To display the dependent or referenced assemblies for some assemblies, select one or more assemblies using Ctrl-click, then right-click the selection and choose Show Only This/These and Dependent/Referenced Items. Note that these commands only hide the irrelevant items and do not add any referenced/dependent assemblies, which are currently hidden.

  • To reverse changes made in the diagram (shown/hidden assemblies) step by step, click Undo ThemedIcon.Undo.Screen.(Gray).png or press Ctrl+Z. To reverse the Undo commands, click Redo ThemedIcon.Redo.Screen.(Gray).png or press Ctrl+Y.

Pan and zoom the diagram

To pan and zoom the diagram, use the controls in the upper left corner of the diagram area. Alternatively, you can pan the diagram using your touchpad, scroll bars or click anywhere in the diagram area outside the diagram items and drag while the hand cursor cursor_hand.png is shown. You can also use the mouse wheel for zooming.

Rearrange items on the diagram

The diagram layout is calculated automatically, but you can change it if necessary: all items can be moved. To move an item, first click it to select, and then click and drag it while the cross cursor cursor_cross.png is shown.

Last modified: 11 February 2024