Monthly Archives: April 2011
To generate views’ code during compilation of ASP .NET MVC 2 application, its project file (*.csproj) should contain next (the rest has been omitted): Advertisements
If you use the TortoiseSVN client – and have repository servers at both internet and intranet
I continue to work with the Lukianol.Arguments API. If you might notice it is very ugly when you want to get typed arguments from a result: result.GetValue<bool>(“UseProxy”) result.GetValue<TimeSpan>(“timeout”) A lot of letters as for me. What could we do here?
My preferable unit testing framework is NUnit (as for the most of the people around, is not it?). It is from a family of xUnit. The framework is easy to use for either simple tests or more complex test suites.
I have decided to get a deal with annoying application arguments. Those arguments you work with when creating various console applications. For your utilities, or for long-term tests and attempts.