I just installed JustDecompile for the first time on my Windows 10 machine, and when I start it up I am getting this error:
Can not load WinRT Metadata, the option is grayed out even though I am running Windows 10 and the C:\Windows\System32\WinMetadata folder does exist.
I also tried open the above folder but JustDecompile says it can not fild the folder! I did start JustDecompile as the admin, no luck.
Please assist. Thanks.
whatever exe file or dll file I drag in the justdecompile window, i get a windw with the error message:
Justdecompile support only valid CLR assemblies. Not supported file:
(name of the file dropped)
Make any changes under Tools / Settings.
Changes have not been persisted.
in JustDecompile it would be helpful to be able at add referenced assemblies using Nuget, so when either looking at code or exporting code I don't have to do this manually to get the referenced DLL to import into JustDecompile
Enable option to generate not only large numbers as hex, but also small numbers (byte, ushort and so on). i mean the numbers in the whole project to be generated a HEX
Would be great if you could use the Visual Studio exported Settings > Fonts and colors for the look and feel
I want to debug the c# source code in my solution so it would be good if could do this feature to export the entire code in class library.
I am writing some mocks /fakes for code that uses this Logging Framework. So I decompiled the DLL into a project and it would not compile. All I wanted to do was to have some unit tests that can cope with 'Logging'. If your decompile something, if there are problem area, at least a comment would be helpful. Thanks Doug
I don't know why but JD keeps being disassociated with DLLs, and it's a pain to re-associate. Make it easy for us by adding something in settings to do it for us.
It's annoying. Figure out a different way to let us know there's an update.
If a new version of JustDecompile is available, the user will be informed soon after starting the program. At this time the initial intention is getting details of an assembly. I have two options: 1. Ignore update and continue analysis 2. Install update and restart analysis later I want to recommend third option: Allow installation of update after analysis is complete, while shutdown of program. (E.g. Paint.NET is doing so.)