1.1.0 • Published 9 months ago

dev.bullrich.asmdef-debug v1.1.0

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Unity Assemblies Debugger

Small utility to show the time it takes to compile each assembly after a reload.


Just by installing this in your project it will load itself on every reload.

If you want to see the report, you can open the utility window at Window > Assemblies Debugger.


By default it will use the console to print the total reloading time.

You can see an example log here:

Compilation Report: 4.14 seconds
0.62s Unity.TextMeshPro.dll
0.44s Unity.Analytics.DataPrivacy.dll
0.44s Unity.PackageManagerUI.Editor.dll
0.43s Assembly.Debugger.dll
0.42s Unity.CollabProxy.Editor.dll
0.30s Unity.TextMeshPro.Editor.dll
0.24s Assembly-CSharp.dll
Assembly Reload Time: 1.2500003

Disabling the logs

If you wish to disable the logs, you can set this in the checkbox in the utility window.

Disabling whole plugin

If, for some reason, you want to disable the plugin without removing it, you can add the Scripting Define Symbol IGNORE_ASMDEF_DEBUG to your project and it will stop analyzing the reload times.


Adding the package to the Unity project manifest

  • Navigate to the Packages directory of your project.
  • Adjust the project manifest file manifest.json in a text editor.

    • Ensure https://package.openupm.com is part of scopedRegistries.
      • Ensure dev.bullrich is part of scopes.
    • Add dev.bullrich.asmdef-debug to dependencies, stating the latest version.

    A minimal example ends up looking like this. Please note that the version X.Y.Z stated here is to be replaced with the latest released version which is currently Release.

      "scopedRegistries": [
          "name": "package.openupm.com",
          "url": "https://package.openupm.com",
          "scopes": [
      "dependencies": {
        "dev.bullrich.asmdef-debug": "X.Y.Z",
  • Switch back to the Unity software and wait for it to finish importing the added package.


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