Thrower 2.0.1

Fully managed library providing convenience methods to perform argument checks. It offers methods whose compilation can be enabled with the "USETHROWER" directive, and they can of course be disabled by undefining that directive. Therefore, it allows to write code whose integrity checks can be easily removed (for performance reasons, for example).

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Install-Package Thrower -Version 2.0.1
dotnet add package Thrower --version 2.0.1
<PackageReference Include="Thrower" Version="2.0.1" />
For projects that support PackageReference, copy this XML node into the project file to reference the package.
paket add Thrower --version 2.0.1
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Release Notes

* All assemblies are now signed.
* Added RaiseNotSupportedException and RaiseIndexOutOfRangeException.

Dependencies

This package has no dependencies.

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GoodAI/BrainSimulator
Brain Simulator is a platform for visual prototyping of artificial intelligence architectures.

Version History

Version Downloads Last updated
4.3.1 17,903 12/10/2017
4.3.0 5,011 10/28/2017
4.2.4 370 10/21/2017
4.2.3 1,070 9/24/2017
4.2.2 394 9/20/2017
4.2.1 412 9/13/2017
4.2.0 1,165 8/17/2017
4.1.3 4,843 4/9/2017
4.1.2 2,809 3/29/2017
4.0.7 1,479 1/28/2017
4.0.6 3,344 1/8/2017
4.0.5 622 12/25/2016
4.0.4 863 12/18/2016
3.0.4 28,304 9/4/2016
3.0.3 406 9/3/2016
3.0.2 462 8/28/2016
3.0.1 12,409 8/7/2016
2.2.3 2,667 4/2/2016
2.2.2 4,176 3/5/2016
2.2.1 13,590 2/27/2016
2.1.4 595 1/27/2016
2.1.1 763 12/29/2015
2.0.3 536 10/31/2015
2.0.2 457 10/24/2015
2.0.1 5,973 10/11/2015
1.3.0 522 9/12/2015
1.2.0 411 9/6/2015
1.1.0 575 8/9/2015
0.12.0 801 6/28/2014
0.11.0 638 11/20/2013
0.9.8 570 7/7/2013
0.9.7 586 4/7/2013
0.9.6 514 4/6/2013
0.9.5 473 3/27/2013
0.9.4 502 3/17/2013
0.9.3 542 3/16/2013
0.9.2 448 3/15/2013
0.9.1 538 3/12/2013
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