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CS2-C# Code Search

CS2 is capable of indexing source code files (at the moment only C# code can be parsed) and searching among them with various parameters, like class, property and method names, as well as full-text queries.

The main user interface for interacting with the search engine is an ASP.NET website built for version 2.0 of the .NET framework .

Download CS2 Search Engine


LINQPad(beta) – a great little application for LINQ expression testing

The LINQPad(beta) is an advanced and free LINQ expressions testing and learning tool written by Joseph Albahari. It allows you to develop and verify a LINQ expression.LINQPad supports LINQ to objects, LINQ to SQL and LINQ to XML. To run LINQ against SQL queries, you will need SQL Server 2005, SQL Server 2000, or SQL Express.
LINQPad requires .NET Framework 3.5 Beta 2 (NOT the May 2006 CTP, nor Framework 3.5 Beta 1)
LINQPad is fully compatible with Windows Vista and does not require administrative elevation.



Download LINQPad

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Interesting articles(August 29)

Dependency Injection from the Trenches

How to build a Fluent Interface in C#

Learn the new NUnit 2.4 Constraint-Based Assert Model (Fluent Interface)

Scott Hanselman’s 2007 Ultimate Developer and Power Users Tool List for Windows

Unified C# 3.0 Specification Now Available


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Assembly editor for Reflector

Reflexil is an assembly editor and runs as a plug-in for Lutz Roeder’s Reflector. Reflexil is using Mono.Cecil, which is a strategic library for the Mono project.

Reflexil is able to manipulate IL code and save the modified assemblies to disk. Reflexil also supports ‘on the fly’ C# code injection.

Reflexil is an open source project released under the GPL license.

Reflexil requires Microsoft .NET 2.0


Download last version of Reflexil

[Via Larkware News]

Technorati Tags: reflector, IL, dotnet, assembly

sdedit – Quick Sequence Diagram Editor

My coworker(his blog is located here) pointed me to this tool and I found it very useful.Quick Sequence Diagram Editor is a tool for creating UML sequence diagrams from textual descriptions of objects and messages that follow a very easy syntax.

Below you may see a syntax example for Sequence Diagram shown in screenshot – it’s very intuitive and easy to understand.


The tool supports actors, constructors, destructors, threads and on-diagram comments that can be used to represent conditions or loops.
Diagrams can be exported in PNG format.

Quick Sequence Diagram Editor


Download sdedit

Please choose a file named "sdedit-light_no_export_library.exe" to run the sdedit on a Windows Platform. The exe file is wrapped around a Java archive (you still need Java 5 or higher).)

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