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    Default 2013 - SharpDevelop .NET Reflector

    I was using VSTA for 2011/2012, but this has changed to SharpDevelop in 2013.

    I assume the object browser in VSTA is using a .NET reflector (based on minimal google research), but this isn't available (at least not for free) in the SharpDevelop IDE. Is that right?

    How is everyone handling this situation?


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    Default Re: 2013 - SharpDevelop .NET Reflector

    Quote Originally Posted by rfaMOWENS View Post
    I assume the object browser in VSTA is using a .NET reflector (based on minimal google research), but this isn't available (at least not for free) in the SharpDevelop IDE. Is that right?
    According to the SharpDevelop vs. Visual Studio Express comparison... It would seem that the answer is no.

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    How is everyone handling this situation?
    Is there any reason that you cannot use Visual Studio 2010 Express (which does come with an Object Browser)?
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    Default Re: 2013 - SharpDevelop .NET Reflector

    Quote Originally Posted by RenderMan View Post
    Is there any reason that you cannot use Visual Studio 2010 Express (which does come with an Object Browser)?
    Just guessing, but it may be because the OP's using the "built-in" VSTA environment in Revit which uses SharpDevelop. This is similar to the old VBA environment, only now it uses VB.Net/C#. Note RM, this is for Revit (which does integrate a VSTA), acad has no VSTA - one of the things I'm a bit p-ed off by adesk.

    Though I'd also advise the OP to look into using VS instead. Especially since the Express editions are free and still produce decent DotNet DLL's - which can easily be distributed.

    You could buy Reflector. Or you could always use reflection to make your own object inspector, similar to Kean's Reflection on Acad.
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    Default Re: 2013 - SharpDevelop .NET Reflector

    Thought it might be worth mentioning (since the OP does not seem to be using VS at present)... That one cannot use any add-ons (such as Reflector) with Express editions.
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