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Hello Peter,

You don't need ReSharper in order to install dotPeek: you download it as a zip file from dotPeek Early Access Program page, unzip it, and run dotPeek.exe.
We'll be working on an installer for future dotPeek releases.

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And what about the opposite: how do I install dotPeek with Resharper integration? Does it work with the released version of Resharper or do I have to use the EAP? Any docs on how to configure the stand-alone version to integrate with Resharper? Thanks.

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To take advantage of decompilation in ReSharper, you should install a ReSharper 6.0 EAP build.
Standalone dotPeek doesn't integrate with ReSharper: ReSharper 6 contains decompilation out of the box, there's no need to integrate it with dotPeek.

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