The Inspector team is happy to announce the availability of a release that encompasses many bug fixes and small improvements, thanks to the great feedback from the initial release!
Inspector is now supported on the recently announced Xamarin 4. Updating to the latest stable Xamarin releases across the board is the only requirement to begin using the Inspector preview product!
In addition to various bug fixes, we have two notable small improvements:
Nicer rendering of exceptions in the REPL. Stack frames are now shown in syntax highlighted C# instead of CIL representation making them easier to read and understand. If a frame's source code is accessible on disk, clicking the file name for the frame will open it and jump to the appropriate line in Xamarin Studio. This can be very powerful for debugging via experimentation in the Inspector. Inner exceptions are also collapsible.
The Inspect button in the debug toolbar in Xamarin Studio will always be shown when debugging if a project flavor is potentially supported. In cases where the project's configuration is not, the button will be disabled and a tooltip will offer details as to why Inspector is not supported for the current project configuration.
UPDATE: since originally posting this release announcement, we've fixed a regression in iOS device builds caused by Inspector. If you are encountering any issues since installing 0.3.2.1, please update to 0.3.2.3 using the download links above.