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ObjectBrowser has migrated to Set-StrictMode successfully

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Today, as I sincerely hope, I fixed the last but major bug stemmed from moving to the use of the Set-StrictMode statement. This bug prevented ObjectBrowser GUI from displaying properties, events and fields of classes. A major one, need to admit.

As a result, list of signatures of methods became a simple list of method names, so that all clas members now can be sorted by name, member type (i.e. property, method, etc), and a return value or property, saying about methods and fields.

Also, types of event handlers are shown after this fix.

To conclude, you might now instead of typing something like

[System.Windows.Forms.Form]$frm = 
    New-Object System.Windows.Forms.Form;
#never run it by Ctrl+F7 
#and never expand 
#the $frm variable in the Variables frame

simply navigate to the System.Windows.Forms.dll assembly, through the System.Windows.Forms namespace, after that click on the Form class and get the full list of its members.

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Written by Alexander Petrovskiy

March 30, 2011 at 6:55 pm

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