Monthly Archives: September 2011

Dependency Management in .Net: install2

Inspired by Rob Reynolds’ awesome post on extending NuGet’s command line, I decided to create my own extension for facilitating application-level, build-time retrieval of external dependencies along with all transitive dependencies. I struggled a bit with what to call the … Continue reading 

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Dependency Management in .Net: Get

[Update: This article refers to a tool which will no longer be maintained. Until such time as NuGet is updated to naively support these capabilities, consider using the plug-in described here.] In my last article, I demonstrated how my team … Continue reading 

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Dependency Management in .Net: Using NuGet without Visual Studio

In my last article, I discussed some of my previous experiences with dependency management solutions and set forth some primary objectives I believe a dependency management tool should facilitate. In this article, I’ll show how I’m currently leveraging NuGet’s command … Continue reading 

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Dependency Management in .Net

I started my career as a programmer developing on Unix platforms, primarily writing applications in ANSI C and C++.  Due to a number of factors, including the platform dependency of C/C++ libraries, the low-level nature of the language and the … Continue reading 

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Effective Tests: Acceptance Tests

Posts In This Series Effective Tests: Introduction Effective Tests: A Unit Test Example Effective Tests: Test First Effective Tests: A Test-First Example – Part 1 Effective Tests: How Faking It Can Help You Effective Tests: A Test-First Example – Part … Continue reading 

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