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Howto Step Into Decompiled Code


I just purchased the Pro version of Reflector 10 and wanted to try out debugging of decompiled code. I wrote a little test program and want to step into Console.WriteLine(...). But it won't! No matter whether I start debugging with F5, or via ".NET Reflector"->Debug an executable..., it will always step over Console.WriteLine(). "Disable just my code on startup" is checked, and just my code is also disabled globally under VS debugging options.

Googling, I found that I may have to use ".NET Reflector"->Choose Assemblies to Debug..., but my .NET Reflector menu is missing this entry.

So, how does it work? Is there any manual at all, anywhere?



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