Over the past year the 'Go To Reflector' command has become a first class citizen inside TestDriven.Net. You will find the 'Go To Reflector' button on many different context menus inside Visual Studio. The ones I use most often during development are the 'Code Context' and 'Project Reference' menus. When I'm debugging I tend to use the 'Call Stack' and 'Modules' context menus.
For a long time I've put off attempting to add support for generics to the 'Go To Reflector' command. The Visual Studio CodeModel and StackFrames APIs don't really support generics, so I wasn't even sure if this would be possible. This was becoming a problem with more and more code being written that uses generics. I decided it was time to bite the bullet and see what could be done.
I'm happy to say that TestDriven.Net 2.10 now has pretty decent support for generics.
You can 'Go To Reflector' from your generic class definitions. Generic methods, classes, fields, properties and nested classes are all supported.
You can round trip and 'Go To Source Code' from inside Reflector. I often find using Reflector is the fastest way to navigate my own code.
When you're debugging you can 'Go To Reflector' from any stack frame in the 'Call Stack' window. This is particularly useful when the debugging option 'Just My Code' is turned off. When an exception is thrown you can quickly see what caused it by selecting the top of the call stack.
Note: For updated 'Go To Reflector' on 'Call Stack' support you will need to be using TestDriven.NET 2.10.2173 or later (I released this a few days after the original 2.10 build). You can read the release notes and download the latest version from here.