I just noticed this!! Previously in Visual Studio.NET, when you right clicked on a .NET class in debug mode and chose "go to definition", it would bring you to that class in the object browser. Now (nov ctp), it opens up the code for the class!! Not that this is always what I’ll want to do. (And of course, it’s probably just some expirementing and not a reflection of what will be in the final bits. I’d be curious to find out.) Sometimes I want to just inspect a class without the goo.. Actually, I *am* having some trouble with the Object Browser in the latest bits, but that doesn’t trouble me, since I have Reflector for .NET v4 which works with .NET 2.0. Yippee.
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