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Disable Disassembly

I had an error in a program I was working on. A dialog box came up saying
"do you want to view Disassembly?" I clicked OK just for the fun of it, and
now every time I run the program it opens a new tab in VB.NET titled
Disassembly.

My guess is I checked an option to view the disassembly every time.
However, I really don't want this to happen!

Does anybody know how to turn this off again?

Matthew
Nov 21 '05 #1
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Hi,

Obfuscate your code to prevent disassembly.
http://msdn.microsoft.com/msdnmag/is...deObfuscation/

Ken
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I had an error in a program I was working on. A dialog box came up saying
"do you want to view Disassembly?" I clicked OK just for the fun of it, and
now every time I run the program it opens a new tab in VB.NET titled
Disassembly.

My guess is I checked an option to view the disassembly every time.
However, I really don't want this to happen!

Does anybody know how to turn this off again?

Matthew

Nov 21 '05 #2
>Obfuscate your code to prevent disassembly.

Ken,

Thanks for your response. I actually don't care if people can disassemble
my source code for this project.
The problem is: as I am tweaking the code for the project and debugging it,
every time I run the executable it creates a new tab. So, right now I see
these tabs:

Start Page | form1.vb [Design] | Disassembly | Disassembly | Disassembly |
Disassembly | Disassembly | Disassembly

I have run my code 6 times since I opened the project, so I have 6
Disassembly tabs.
It is very anoying to say the least. I don't want to see another
Disassembly tab until I am ready to learn Disassembly!

Matthew
Nov 21 '05 #3
> Does anybody know how to turn this off again?

Well, it's stopped. I wonder if it was just a fluke...

Matthew
Nov 21 '05 #4
VS menu:

Tools\Options

Options Window:
In the options Tree:
Debugger\General

Then on the right side of window:
Disable: Show Dissassebly when source is unavailable

Schneider

"Matthew" <tu*************@alltel.net> wrote in message
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Obfuscate your code to prevent disassembly.
Ken,

Thanks for your response. I actually don't care if people can disassemble
my source code for this project.
The problem is: as I am tweaking the code for the project and debugging

it, every time I run the executable it creates a new tab. So, right now I see
these tabs:

Start Page | form1.vb [Design] | Disassembly | Disassembly | Disassembly |
Disassembly | Disassembly | Disassembly

I have run my code 6 times since I opened the project, so I have 6
Disassembly tabs.
It is very anoying to say the least. I don't want to see another
Disassembly tab until I am ready to learn Disassembly!

Matthew

Nov 21 '05 #5

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