18 апреля 2008


Compare .Net Assemblies with Framework Design Studio
Trying to keep up with all the Alphas, Betas and CTP's, I was looking for a tool that will help me to compare .Net assemblies so that I can easily spot what's new in each drop. Just when I didn't find a suitable tool and was about to write one for my self, I noticed Framework Design Studio, by Krzysztof Cwalina, Hongping Lim and David Fowler.

From the Framework Design Studio Home Page:

"Framework Design Studio is a set of tools for reusable library designers. The package contains a GUI tool for viewing, reviewing, and comparing versions of managed APIs. It also contains a command line tool for generating API diff reports. Simple user guide explaining the basics of the tool is included in the setup."

The rest of this post is a step by step guide on how to compare two assemblies (or two versions of the same assembly) with the Framework Design Studio.

Explanatory article on Burstain blog

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