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this is the source code of the GUI part of this tool, I also added the "clean" version of the engine DLL without


any protection, fuck Themida, right ? :D




anyway, you won't find the code of a master here, It's written in C# 2008 and I tried to add so many comments too.


you can modify the tool as long as you mention that It's your own build and not the one that I previously





I didn't publish the engine code because It's not interesting for most people and It's also an ActiveX DLL written


in Delphi, so It's really an ugly and complicated shit.



I picked the FlexGrid 3rd-party grid because It's the fastest and also provides features to enhance the readability


of the results, you can pick any thing you like if you don't like it, you will find it in the "UI components" folder.




any questions or comments are welcome.


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Kurapica dear why this pop up 




i compiled using visual studio 2012  for desktop   this pop up every time i run tracer please answer

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del C1.Win.C1FlexGrid.2.dll @ references, 

reference this :


no tested

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hm wont work 



Error 1 'Could not load file or assembly 'C1.Win.C1FlexGrid.2, Version=2.6.20102.554, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=79882d576c6336da' or one of its dependencies. The located assembly's manifest definition does not match the assembly reference. (Exception from HRESULT: 0x80131040)'


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@whoknows : Can you post the drug for the C1 grid ?


I can't find it on my PC !


If you apply the crack correctly then recompile, It will work fine without popups.

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@Kura: here you go...  I'm pretty sure you gave me that file at some point. ;)


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Thanks kao !


I forgot its location on my H.D.D :(

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the one I posted is pure cracked,no kg needed.



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Cool thing and nice that source is included.

I'm just about are a little improving it.

-> added commandline support

-> replace the commercial 'C1.Win.C1FlexGrid.2.dll' FlexGrid with 'Freeware.FlexGrid.2.dll'


Btw I just see ya accessing the flexgrid component like this:

                            Grid.SetData(Grid.Rows.Count - 1, 1, MethodName);
                            Grid.Rows[Grid.Rows.Count - 1].IsNode = true;
                            Grid.Rows[Grid.Rows.Count - 1].Node.Level = 1; 

Well consider turning it into this

  • Rename Grid to grid vs Visual Studio 2015 Refractor
  • Rename in form designer labeled column 0 'col_Numbers' and column 1 'col_Events'


using Grid = Freeware.FlexGrid;
Grid.Node newRow = grid.Rows.AddNode(1);
newRow["col_Events"] = MethodName

So the coding style will get more like 'Joy of Coding'  :preved: 
instead of poor 'Quick'n'dirty copy&waste Code' :this:


Well I gonna post the new version if it's done.

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@Kurapica ... before this 'sits' just longer on my HD I better share it:



Got a little 'distracted' by other stuff and just noticed when I tried to do a quick turn back that I'm a little 'out' of the 'KDT-project' and the code.

Currently more in the social and cultural and creative flow.  :hang2:
Last thing I was working on was the integrating Reflector...
So status is: Hopefully working - but not really finished.


However glad you're interested :)

... and hope you're enjoy to have a review on baby.


Idea was to upload it to github so you may see easy all the chances online or in you're 'Editor'.

But for now I suggest some more plain & simple tools like Beyond Compare or build in Compare of the Total Commander.


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I think you did a good job with some areas but Reflector still needs more work :(


Maybe you should consider integrating it with dnspy because Reflector is almost history now ?


You can upload it to Github to get more feedback too.

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