WPF Sources for .NET Framework 3.5 SP1 are available!

Today we’ve made the WPF sources for the .NET Framework 3.5 SP1 available as download through Visual Studio 2008. The downloadable version of the sources is currently going through its latest tests and I’ll make it available as soon as all tests have passed. The sources are available for Windows Vista and all other versions…


The Difference between RSCC and .NET Reflector

.NET Reflector enables you to easily view, navigate, and search through the class hierarchies of .NET assemblies even if you don’t have the code for them. With it, you can decompile and analyze .NET assemblies in C#, Visual Basic and IL. Reference Source Code Center and it’s integration inside Visual Studio 2008 enables a rich…


.NET Framework 3.5 SP1 Sources are available!

During the past weeks we have been working on preparing the source code for the .NET Framework 3.5 SP1 release and we are happy to announce that we just released the following components to the Reference Source Code Center (RSCC) servers: mscorlib.dll Microsoft.Visualbasic.dll system.dll System.Web.Routing.dll system.data.dll System.ComponentModel.DataAnnotations.dll system.drawing.dll System.Web.Abstractions.dll system.web.dll System.Web.DynamicData.Design.dll system.web.extensions.dll System.Web.DynamicData.dll system.windows.forms.dll System.Web.Extensions.Design.dll…


Welcome to the Reference Source Code Center’s Team Blog

Welcome to our team blog! Did you ever think it would be possible to step through the source of the .NET Framework to solve your problem? Reference Source Code Center and it’s integration inside Visual Studio 2008 enables a rich debug scenario for developers building applications on top of the Microsoft platforms. It provides just-in-time…