I am very unsure if this is the right place to as or if I need to ask this at another forum, but here it goes.
I am trying to reverse engineer a .NET program with the use of dnspy. I installed dnspy with
choco install dnspy. I was then able to start dnspy in by calling it in pwsh, but when debugging the program I get the following error
Could not start the debugger. Use 32-bit dnSpy to debug 32-bit applications. I then found this link that said to restart the debugger with
dnspy-x86. But still the debugger is 64 bit. I also tried to run dnspy by running
I see here in chocolatey.org that the 32 bit is checked in virustotal. But I am unsure if the 32-bit version is included. I also cant find any information on flags or parameters dnspy is able to take.
My question is if dnspy 32 bit is installed by using choco or if one has to install the 32-bit manually. And if dnspy 32 bit is installed with choco, how do I start it in 32 bit.