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How do I run ILDASM from within VS .NET?
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Hi knowlton,

Register it as an external tool, and then point the path of the tool to the ildasm.exe path (or dotnet reflector) and the most important step is to pass as arguments $(TargetPath)

hth

Vasco
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where is ildasm located...in the .NET folder\ V  X.XXX.XXX  ????
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Hi,

That would depend on whether or not you did install .NET SDK before VS.

Anyways, it's probably siting at: "C:\Program Files\Microsoft Visual Studio .NET 2003\SDK\v1.1\Bin\ildasm.exe"

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it is part of the sdk. if you have vs.net ...

its under the SDK directory in program files\vs.net\SDK

otherwise its where ever you put the SDK

theres a doc there you should read too ILDasmAdvancedOptions
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Also, take a look at .NET Reflector (just google for it...) (you'll fall in love instantly... :)
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I've heard a lot of people talk about Reflection.  

Or is this different?
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Actually, it's just the name of the tool. Reflector is also a disassembler, and with the ability to have plug-ins.
Have a look for yourself: http://www.aisto.com/roeder/dotnet/

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Cool...I downloaded Reflector and will check it out.

Tom
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