Inspector Preview 0.6.0
This is a major bugfix and feature update of the last Xamarin Inspector preview.
Changes Since 0.5.0
Xamarin Inspector is now powered by Roslyn, Microsoft's open source compiler platform.
Compilation now happens on the client instead of in your app. This leads to:
Instant semantic feedback, code completion, and error reporting.
Less complexity in what we inject into your app to support inspection.
The same lightning fast execution times as before.
Member completion is vastly superior to previous releases. As it is based on Roslyn, you can expect similar behavior to Visual Studio 2015. More advanced completion features (such as parameter completion) are on the roadmap, too.
New "standalone" mode targets: Android and WPF (in addition to iOS and Mac).
Open the Xamarin Inspector client app directly to launch an Inspector window that connects to an agent app we've bundled (like in Sketches).
On Mac, use
File → Newto show standalone choices.
On Windows, click the
new standalonebutton in the titlebar.
Quick access to a C# REPL in any supported environment.
- Inspecting 64-bit WPF apps is not supported (#37134)