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If you click on Go To Declaration in a member that is in a binary dependency, normally the Assembly Browser opens to show you decompiled code.
But I have found a testcase when this doesn't happen (the assembly browser opens, but the code doesn't show up).
Steps to reproduce:
1) clone banshee source code (master)
2) open the solution
3) Go to file SourceModel.cs line 137.
4) Right click on "GetIter(_,_)" call -> Go to declaration.
Current results: Assembly browser opens, no code is shown, just assembly attributes.