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In this article, .NET CLR Injection: Modify IL Code during Run-time[^]. It uses symchk.exe to download the corresponding PDB file of the current loaded native DLLs (clr.dll / clrjit.dll / mscorjit.dll / mscorwks.dll).
 
I want to get all the PDB symbol files for all releases(include preview) without having all of the binaries.
These PDB files do exist in Microsoft Symbol Server which can be downloaded by symchk.exe if I have the DLL. Seems no way to download if no DLL.
 
I checked Windows Debug Symbol Package[^], unfortunately these DLL's are not included there.
 
Please do you have any idea where I can get all the PDB files for these DLL without having all the binaries release.
Posted 4-Nov-12 1:20am
Jerry.Wang40.6K
Edited 4-Nov-12 1:21am
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Andreas Gieriet at 5-Nov-12 14:26pm
   
Why do you want that?
I mean, you could enumerate all dlls of your system and (try to) get the associated pdb.
Is that not sufficient?
Cheers
Andi
Jerry.Wang at 5-Nov-12 21:00pm
   
Because I am building the code for all potential platforms and I don't want to download the PDB each time.

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Hi Jerry.Wang:
Your are doing a good job, and your .NET CLR Injection solves my problem, thanks guy!
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