You could at least make it possible to modify objects and local variables values in memory at runtime.
anyway, Good work!
First of all, thank you for using DILE. :-)
No doubt that would be a very useful feature however there are 2 main reasons why I haven't added it yet:
1. I was simply lazy. Sorry. :-)
2. It would make hackers' task lot easier. Unfortunately, DILE already makes hackers' life easier despite that I rather make this program for developers like me. Being able to debug an application without source code is already a huge advantage for them and I don't want to help them any further (I wish they couldn't use this tool at all).
P.S.: DILE allows calling methods of objects therefore it is possible to change the value of a property that has set method. Let's say, we have the following Bar class:
public class Bar
private int foo;
public int Foo
foo = value;
And we have a very simple console application that creates an instance of this class and writes the value of Foo to the console:
public class Program
private static void Main(string args)
Bar bar = new Bar();
If you load this into DILE, start it and step over the IL code until you reach the line where a new Bar instance is created, then you will be able to change the value of Foo by typing the following expression into the Object Viewer:
This will set Foo's value to 5 and if you let the application run then you will see that 5 will be printed to the console.
Of course, this only works for properties...
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