Decompile Vb6 Dll To Source Code

.Net Decompiler provides .Net software developers with an advanced productivity package well known for its ease of use and extremely high end performance.

A set of components for .Net software developers, Spices.Net Decompiler is the ultimate productivity package. It is exceptional in the industry in that it is particularly user-friendly and it provides the very best in efficiency and performance. The Spices.Net Decompiler is both flexible and thoroughly well optimized, allowing developers to quickly and easily convert .Net binaries (DLL or EXE) from the binary format into source code. This source code is thoroughly optimized and formatted in the most user-friendly way possible, complete with commented source code. It also generates code that can be compiled again, code which is remarkable similar to the original source code. This product is one of the most well known and widely respected amongst the range of Spices.Net products.
For enhanced performance and ease of use, the Spices.Net decompiler is entirely integrated with Spices.Net. It provides the tools that developers need to visually represent any .Net code and it helps to convert or recover .Net code to any of six supported programming languages including C#, VB.NET, Delphi.Net, J#, MSIL or managed C++. The Spices.Net Decompiler suite of components provides the following modules: Spices.Net environment including the assembly class browser services, the Decompiler, Spices.Modeler, Spices.Investigator, Spices.Documenter and Spices.Informer.
An Introduction to the Individual Features of Spices.Net Decompiler
This feature packed set of .Net developer’s tools includes many features, covering a wide range of possibilities. It includes support for decompiling and disassembling your .Net projects in multiple programming languages. When decompiled, code is well formed and fully optimized in any of the six supported languages, providing you with a fully functional source code which is as close to the original as it possibly can be. This code is generated with full syntax highlighting, indenting and outlining and it also supports active hints. The decompiler also uses its own metadata engine so that it does not crash if there are any issues with the portable executable or MSIL structure. The decompiler is also visual and this is one of the key features that set these developer tools apart from the rest. Users may build code flow diagrams which allow for easy analyzing of code execution.
Correctly decompiling all of the assemblies, Spices.Net Decompiler can decompile managed C# as well as VB.NET, Delphi.Net and CompactFramework. You can also choose any scope for the decompilation within the assembly browser. The tools also support any version of .Net assemblies from 1.0 to 4.0. It also supports generics and the new MSIL instructions.
Output directions also mean that code can be generated for displaying in Spices.Net the syntax highlighted editor. Data can also be exported to files. Developers can also choose multiple selection decompilation or whole assembly decompilation. Optimizations and refactoring can help to optimize your projects as well.
Developers can find out more about this extensive set of tools at the official product website. There is a detailed overview of all the supported features as well as a documentation to help you get started. Tutorials are also available on the site and you may also download a free evaluation version as well.
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Decompile Vb6 Dll To Source Code
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Decompile Dll To Source Code

Decompile, Disassemble, and convert Visual Basic 6 EXE or DLL into the fully functional and optimized source code compatible with all VB6 SP6. View Source Code if Available. DotPeek can generate PDB files. Decompiled code generated by dotPeek can be used to match an assembly to its source code. This tool allows developers to download code from a remote server location, as shown in Figure 1. Figure 1: Navigation and decompiler options. Show or Hide Compiler-generated Code. I lost the source code from one project I did on the company I'm working for and haven't been able to find a Visual Basic 6 decompiler; does that even exists? I only have the EXE that I've rescued from a user's machine.