VS2019 Add-in. Click on any method or class to see what .NET Core's JIT generates for them (ASM).
The Add-in targets .NET Core contributors so it assumes you already have a local dotnet/runtime repo. If you don't have it, the steps to obtain and configure are:
git clone email@example.com:dotnet/runtime.git cd runtime build.cmd Clr -c Checked
Extensions\Manage Extensions menu, select
Online tab and type
Disasmo in the "Search"
text box. Once the add-in is installed you have to close all active instances of VS2019
to let the installer finish its job.
- Only .NET 5.0 and later projects are supported
- I only tested it for simple Console Apps
- Generic methods are not supported
- Resharper hides Roslyn actions by default (Uncheck "Do not show Visual Studio Light Bulb").
- The lightbulb can be slow on first launch
- AltJIT (e.g. ARM ones) don't emit hw intrinsics (see https://github.com/dotnet/runtime/issues/41518)