this will help On a linux box, you use the grep command. In emacs, you build a tags file. In other editors there's probably similar functions. In Windows, can't you right click on a folder, hit Search... and fill in the 'A word or phrase in the file" box. Or install cygwin and use the grep command. Amazes me that people are using computers without basic skills such as finding a string in a file...
Where can I find source code of Microsoft.AspNet.WebApi NuGet package?
fixed the issue. Will look into that further I was looking for the exact same thing and I finally found it. This page lists out the versions and where they correspond in the source. It is v.3.2.3 that maps to 5.2.3. Repository Tags and Version Numbers
Where can I find the K-means source code in pyspark.ml package?
will be helpful for those in need Some fundamentals: the debugger needs PDBs to enable debugging a symbol package should contain PDBs (it is not merely a package with a different extension) this symbol package should be published to a symbol repository that Visual Studio debugger can request symbols from
Cannot find Symbol Source code when debugging Nuget package
To fix the issue you can do What's likely happening is that the PDB file that you have added to your NuGet package is not the indexed file. It is the original file as built by MSBuild. Are you using TeamCity? Do you have only one build configuration? If so, then this is certainly the case.