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Welcome to Early Access Program website for dotPeek!

dotPeek is a new free .NET decompiler from JetBrains, the makers of a wide array of developer productivity tools:

Here we publish early pre-release builds of dotPeek. At this point, no fresh pre-release builds are available, and the official release of dotPeek 1.1 can be downloaded from its official web site.

titledotPeek 1.1 Features
  • Decompiling .NET 1.0-4.5 assemblies to C#
  • Exporting decompiled code to Visual Studio projects (.csproj)
  • Support for .dll, .exe, .zip, .vsix, .nupkg, .winmd, .baml and .csproj files
  • The entire navigation pack from ReSharper:
    • Quick jump to a specific type, assembly, symbol, or type member
    • Effortless navigation to symbol declarations, implementations, derived and base symbols, implementing members, and more
    • Accurate, configurable search for symbol usages with advanced presentation of search results
    • Overview of inheritance chains
    • Bookmarks
  • Support for downloading code from source servers
  • Syntax highlighting
  • Complete keyboard support
  • Visual Studio look-and-feel

See Introducing JetBrains dotPeek and dotPeek Features for more info.

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h4. !NETPEEK:dotPeek 1.0 Early Access Builds^download.png|width=32,height=32! [dotPeek 1.0 Beta (.msi)|]
(alternatively, download dotPeek as a [.zip archive|])
* Release date: April 19, 2011
* System requirements:
** .NET Framework 4.0
* Build highlights:
** Installer
** Assembly list management
** Support for archives (_.zip_, _.vsix_, _.nupkg_) and folders
** Decompiling _.winmd_ files
** An option to show compiler-generated code
* [All fixes in this build|]

If you're having issues with this build, you can [download an earlier dotPeek build|dotPeek 1.0 Early Access Builds]
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