Crack.NET v1.2 Released

I guess that I didn’t get enough geekery at the PDC, so I spent this weekend working on a new feature in Crack.NET.  You can now open Reflector directly to any type or type member, simply by right-clicking on a Type in the TreeView or Member Name in the ListView, and then clicking on the ‘Open in Reflector’  menu item.  The “Version 1.2 News” section on the Crack.NET homepage shows screenshots of this feature in action.

You can download the latest binaries here.  If you need to run the app on a 64-bit version of Windows, you will need to download the source code, set the solution’s x64 compiler switch, and build it.

Happy cracking!


10 Responses to Crack.NET v1.2 Released

  1. Karl Shifflett says:

    All this Crack, is cracking me up!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    You are so the Man!

  2. Simon says:

    Where’s the installer? 😉

  3. Josh Smith says:

    The installer is coming soon…I promise! 🙂

  4. John "Z-Bo" Zabroski says:

    I was just coming to your blog today to ask for this, too. Great job.

  5. John "Z-Bo" Zabroski says:

    I just saw Morrill’s hack, and will repeat my suggestion that Crack.Net allow a command line component to do functional testing. Add-in Morrill’s streaming capture and you can send yourself videos of failed tests.

  6. Simon says:


    ..or should I resend as a proper patch? 😀

  7. Josh Smith says:

    Hey Simon,

    If the guy on the project who’s assigned to create the installer, Ed, doesn’t produce it soon, I’ll definitely hit you up on that. Ed has a lot of experience creating installers professionally and knows how to set them up such that they are easy to upgrade and extend. Now, perhaps you know how to do that stuff too. If so, I’ll gladly use yours. If not, I’d rather have Ed build one the “right” way. Evidently it’s more complicated than I ever imagined to create a really good installer. Who woulda thunk it?! 😀


  8. Simon says:

    Ok, just wondering since I didn’t hear anything…

    Ed very likely has more expericence creating installers than I do, however, I do think it should be kosher or at least a good starting point. I’ll cook up a 1.2 installer and see that it upgrades properly…

  9. Josh Smith says:

    Hey, thanks a lot Simon! 🙂


  10. Simon says:

    FWIW, a status update: the seems installer to work as expected, however the application segfaults 😦 still investigating…

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