Compare Property & Field Values with Mole

As seems to happen with Mole, a suggestion quickly snowballed into a feature implementation. Mole now has the ability to save the members (properties/fields) of the selected element to an xml file and allow you to load that xml file back in to allow property comparison. This will be extremely helpful when you’re trying to debug a problem where something works for one element but doesn’t for another instance. There’s even an option to filter out members with the same value so you can see just the properties that differ.

 You can download the latest version here.

In addition, Karl has been posting some videos on YouTube that show how to use Mole. You can view those videos here.

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