.NET Reflector 10.1 release notes
Published 25 October 2018
10.1.2 - January 23rd, 2019
RP-4144:.NET Reflector now shows a detailed messages for methods with wrong IL code.
RP-4149:In certain situations, proper expression order is now ensured during code translation.
RP-4150, RP-4154:Recent font scaling issues on high DPI screens are now fixed.
RP-4147:Detection of installed frameworks on Assembly List creator was fixed. When creating a new list it includes installed versions of .NET Framework, Silverlight, DNX and WinRT.
10.1.1 - November 20th, 2018
RP-4142:PDB can now be generated simultaneously for many assemblies in .NET Reflector Visual Studio Extension.
10.1.0 - October 25th, 2018
Starting with this release our new decompilation engine is used by default in both .NET Reflector and .NET Reflector Visual Studio Extension. The old engine can still be used by checking “Use the old decompilation engine” checkbox on the toolbar, however it’s considered deprecated and will be removed in a future version.
The new engine should generate more accurate code and be more stable. If you have any suggestions, don’t hesitate to click the envelope button inside the application. We’d love to hear your thoughts!
RP-4138:New decompilation engine is now used by default.
RP-4133:Clicking “Open with” in Assembly Browser’s context menu is now fixed.
RP-4134:Populating “Open with” menu was improved. We properly check for installed Visual Studio and ILDasm versions.
RP-4137:SByte variables with a negative number assigned are now properly decompiled.