Karl Shifflett decided that Mole II was not good enough, so he added in a feature which allows you to see non-public fields of the object you are inspecting. Now you can see properties and fields, which makes the debugging process even more rapid because the true state of your objects can be seen with ease. After we reviewed the new feature, Karl blogged about it and wrote an article on CodeProject. Check out his updates here: http://karlshifflett.wordpress.com/2007/12/11/mole-v22-black-ops-version-released/
As of this writing, this new feature does not display the private fields of an object’s ancestor types. It only displays the fields found in the object’s most derived partial. I think that needs to be addressed before it is truly “done,” but so far it’s a great start. Nice work, Karl!