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What is dotPeek

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Both distributions are functionally equivalent except for the way you configure Windows Explorer integration.

General Features

For all features described below, default keyboard shortcuts are specified. By default, dotPeek uses the Visual Studio shortcut scheme derived from ReSharper. dotPeek also provides another shortcut scheme familiar to ReSharper users - that is, the IntelliJ IDEA scheme. You can switch between those schemes under Tools > Options > Environment > General.

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  • Using the File > Open command.
  • Via drag-and-drop of a file (or a selection of files) to dotPeek window.
  • For .dll files: By double-clicking a file in Windows Explorer (provided that Windows Explorer integration is configured.)
  • For .dll and .exe files: By right-clicking a file in Windows Explorer and selecting Browse with JetBrains dotPeek.

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CamelHumps support is an important concept that also spans multiple navigation features of dotPeek that are highlighted below.

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In addition, the Assembly Explorer contains nodes representing base types and inheritors of the current type. This is a way to browse type inheritance trees that developers with Reflector background usually find appealing. However, dotPeek also provides a bunch of ReSharper-inspired navigation features that work not only from the Assembly Explorer but from other tool windows and from the source code view areas as well.

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This is accomplished in two different ways depending on the type of dotPeek distribution that you're using.

If you're deploying dotPeek using the installer, Windows Explorer integration is set using the installation wizard.

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