A week ago we announced that a preview is ready – to be downloaded right from our build server. Today, we are entering the official testing phase of ILSpy with the availability of ILSpy 1.0 M1:
The most important improvement from the preview(s) to M1 is the quality of the decompiler. A lot more statements and constructs are presented in a nice C# way now, more types decompile – in general, we consider M1 to be a consumer-friendly build that can be used already for your everyday decompilation needs.
In addition to the core functionality, you will find two very useful new features: decompilation of BAML resources into XAML, as well as saving an entire assembly as C# project (so you can easily peruse the source code in your favorite IDE).
Screenshots, screencasts, blog posts as well as how to report bugs / suggest features can be found at
Development of ILSpy is continuing at a fast pace; if you are interested in testing the latest versions on the way to M2, please head over to our build server:
New stable test versions, features as well as technical background blog posts will be announced on Twitter going forward:
The SharpDevelop Team