A Mono.Cecil object model explorer that shows the object hierarchy that Cecil reads from a CIL (.NET) assembly.
This tool shows the object hierarchy that Mono.Cecil reads from a CIL (.NET) assembly. Use it to learn about how compiled source code is seen by Cecil and how you can interpret and manipulate assemblies.
The members list contains all public properties and fields as well as parameterless methods returning a value. Anything IEnumerable lists the collection items instead of any members.
The Type column shows the interface type and, if different, the instance runtime type of the value.
There’s a public Git repository of CecilExplorer on GitHub.
Drag an assembly file to inspect onto the window or press Ctrl+O to select a file. Press F1 to learn more about the keyboard interaction and colours used.
This software is released under the terms of the MIT licence. You can find the detailed terms and conditions in the download.
- Created on 2016-08-31, updated on 2016-09-01.
- Ca. 2 200 lines of code, estimated development costs: 2 200 - 8 800 €