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Strong Namer will automatically add strong names to referenced assemblies which do not already have a strong name.
Signs unsigned assemblies at build-time. This is useful if your project requires signing and you use third-party unsigned libraries.
Strong Namer will automatically add strong names to referenced assemblies which do not already have a strong name. This will allow you to reference and use NuGet packages with assemblies which are not strong named from your projects that do use a strong name. NOTE: This fork use MsBuild 12 instead... More information
Ensues.Reflection provides methods for resolving .NET member names to strings. So, the following code will put "MyProperty" into "propertyName". var propertyName = myObject.GetMemberName(mo => mo.MyProperty);
  • 440 total downloads
  • last updated 8/23/2020
  • Latest version: 0.0.1-beta-004
  • monikers names naming
Naming things is one of the [two hardest problems](https://www.martinfowler.com/bliki/TwoHardThings.html) in computer science, this is an opinionated suggestion for helping that.
A small library I use personally to help categorize files and directories with attributes. Useful when you need to attach metadata to files/directories but don't want an extra file. Instead you can embed the metadata directly into the filename.
A .NET Standard 2.0 library that enables checking terms and abbreviations for existence against a glossary of approved terms and abbreviations. In addition, the glossary has methods to abbreviate terms or expand abbreviations based on the GlossaryItems in the glossary. It was designed for checking... More information