Remember last session?

Quite briefly, Is there any way to have dotPeek reopen what I had open when I quit my last session?

8 comments
Comment actions Permalink

Hi Inge,

By default, dotPeek will 'remember' all assemblies added in Assemblies Explorer. However, it will not open the source code itself, since this action may require some time (to decompile code) and descrease startup time.

Thanks.

0
Comment actions Permalink

Actually, it was an opened bug in dotPeek, which seem to be fixed in dotPeek 1.1 here: http://youtrack.jetbrains.com/issue/DOTP-1660

0
Comment actions Permalink

Thank you Alex.  Is it possible for me to download 1.1?  I don't see a download link for it.

0
Comment actions Permalink

Hi Inge,

dotPeek 1.1 is not yet public. We will open EAP for it and release dotPeek 1.1 when it is ready.

Thanks.

0
Comment actions Permalink

Question answered: Fixed in 1.1

Thanks Alex

0
Comment actions Permalink

I just downloaded 1.1 EAP but I don't see how to get it to open up with the same tabs I had when I closed it.  It's still behaving like the old one in this respect.  What should I do to save my session?

0
Comment actions Permalink

Hi Inge,

Actually, this one is not yet implemented; however dotPeek 1.1 EAP now saves Recent Files list between sessions, so you may use 'Navigate | Recent Files' to open previously opened files you need.

Thanks!

0
Comment actions Permalink

Thanks - I did notice that the recent files list was populated from my last session so that will be some help for now :)

0

Please sign in to leave a comment.