I found the source on github. Thanks.
With Resharper, all I have to do is ctrl-click on a symbol and it takes me to the definition. If the definition is from a DLL, instead of my own source, then it automatically decompiles the assembly into C# code.
It’s rather handy for debugging stuff, but the downside is that it makes up names for local variables, and you end up with a local variable named “flag1” instead of “moveBackwards”. So it’s nice to have the real source code. Also, having the solution means I can tweak the code myself when I hit a roadblock.
- This reply was modified 9 years, 8 months ago by Rich Champeaux.