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.NET executable editor.

For native applications, there are debuggers such as OllyDebugger with
which I can edit the assembly code directly and save it as another exe
file.

For .NET, there is Reflector or IL disassembler . They show more
meaningful codes but non of them have the ability to edit the exe file
directly. Is there any program that allows me to edit the code
of .NET .exe?
Oct 11 '08 #1
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Sin Jeong-hun wrote:
For native applications, there are debuggers such as OllyDebugger with
which I can edit the assembly code directly and save it as another exe
file.

For .NET, there is Reflector or IL disassembler . They show more
meaningful codes but non of them have the ability to edit the exe file
directly. Is there any program that allows me to edit the code
of .NET .exe?
Googling "IL editor" yields some results. Try one of those programs.

Failing that, you can always use ildasm to disassemble the thing, edit the
IL, then use ilasm to turn it back into an assembly. Not useful for many
quick changes but good in a pinch.

--
J.
Oct 11 '08 #2
On Oct 11, 9:31*pm, Jeroen Mostert <jmost...@xs4all.nlwrote:
Sin Jeong-hun wrote:
For native applications, there are debuggers such as OllyDebugger with
which I can edit the assembly code directly and save it as another exe
file.
For .NET, there is Reflector or IL disassembler . They show more
meaningful codes but non of them have the ability to edit the exe file
directly. Is there any program that allows me to edit the code
of .NET .exe?

Googling "IL editor" yields some results. Try one of those programs.

Failing that, you can always use ildasm to disassemble the thing, edit the
IL, then use ilasm to turn it back into an assembly. Not useful for many
quick changes but good in a pinch.

--
J.
Thanks. I have searched Google and found Dotnet IL Editor. It showed
IL, but I cannnot edit it. On the description page it said it can
modify and recompile IL codes but I could not. It had no help file,
but a readme file. I have skimmed it but couldn't find the information
I needed.
Oct 11 '08 #3
On Oct 12, 6:53*am, Sin Jeong-hun <typing...@gmail.comwrote:
On Oct 11, 9:31*pm, Jeroen Mostert <jmost...@xs4all.nlwrote:


Sin Jeong-hun wrote:
For native applications, there are debuggers such as OllyDebugger with
which I can edit the assembly code directly and save it as another exe
file.
For .NET, there is Reflector or IL disassembler . They show more
meaningful codes but non of them have the ability to edit the exe file
directly. Is there any program that allows me to edit the code
of .NET .exe?
Googling "IL editor" yields some results. Try one of those programs.
Failing that, you can always use ildasm to disassemble the thing, edit the
IL, then use ilasm to turn it back into an assembly. Not useful for many
quick changes but good in a pinch.
--
J.

Thanks. I have searched Google and foundDotnet IL Editor. It showed
IL, but I cannnot edit it. On the description page it said it can
modify and recompile IL codes but I could not. It had no help file,
but a readme file. I have skimmed it but couldn't find the information
I needed.- Hide quoted text -

- Show quoted text -
Hi,

I'm Zsolt Petreny, the developer of DILE. I'm really sorry for
disappointing you but despite the name, DILE is not a real .NET
assembly editor. Yet... This is one of the reasons why its version
number is still so low (v0.2.6, not even near to v1.0). Currently, it
can only disassemble files and debug managed applications in IL.

No doubt, lately I have been quite lazy, but I hope that one day I can
really add editing feature to it. Until then, perhaps you should
really consider using ilasm & ildasm.

Regards,
Zsolt Petreny
Oct 12 '08 #4

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