Show the structure of a Type built-in of the .NET Framework
List the types in an assembly
Show the structure of a Type in a specific assembly
Only show members defined in the specified Type
Show private members
Hide obsolete members
List the other assemblies that a specified assembly references
monop [-r:assembly] [--search] class
Specifies the assembly to use for looking up the type
Renders all of the types in the specified assembly.
- --search, -s, -k
Searches through all known assemblies for types containing `class'.
Prints a list of the referenced assemblies for an assembly. Requires an assembly to be specified with -r:assembly.
- --filter-obsolete, -f
Do not show obsolete types and members.
- --declared-only, -d
Only show members declared in the type.
- --private, -p
Show private members.
Print runtime version.
Sets the lookup path to the Xamarin.Android directory. This will load both the mscorlib from there, and search assemblies in that directory.
Sets the lookup path to the Xamarin.iOS directory. This will load both the mscorlib from there, and search assemblies in that directory.
Monop is a tool that allows you to view the outline of a class. You can see the signature of each member of the class. Use monop to explore 1.0 assemblies, use monop2 to explore 2.0 assemblies.
The tool takes one option, the class to view. You must specify the full name of the class, including namespace.
For generic classes, you must specify the generic arguments, for example:
The above is the string representation for the List<T> in System.Collections.Generic
If you are unsure of the full name of the class, you can use the `--search' option to search through all known assemblies.
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