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JSON object diffs and reversible patching
Library for diffing and RFC 6902 patching json.net json objects - forked from Tavis.JsonPatch, with an addition of json diff code by Ian Mercer, with additional partial array LCS diff by JC Dickinson
JSON Merge Patch support for ASP.NET Core 6.X (Base Package)
A general non-destructive patch library for .NET and Mono modules
Simple Object Comparer that generates a Diff between objects and is able to Patch one object to transforms into the other.
Uses Newtonsoft Json.Net for Diff and Patch.
Note: this nuget package contains C# source code and depends on .Net 4.0.
JSON Merge Patch support for ASP.NET Core 6.X (Newtonsoft.Json)
A dotnet core global tool for changing your csproj version and automatically comitting and tagging - npm version style.
Low-allocation version of DiffMatchPatch
JSON Merge Patch support for ASP.NET Core 2.X
Minimal .NET Standard library used to redirect calls from one method to another.\n Ryder also exists as a single lightweight .cs file; please see the repository.
JSON Merge Patch support for ASP.NET Core 6.X (System.Text.Json)
Firebend library for generating JSON patch documents.
Builds on Microsoft.AspNetCore.JsonPatch to generate JSON patch documents by comparing or observing changes to C# objects.
Types and parsers for working with the HTTP Patch specification in RFC 5789 and RFC 7231
A library for patching, replacing and decorating .NET and Mono methods during runtime powered by MonoMod.
Recommended Google client library for the Cloud OS Config API (v1). These are OS management tools that can be used for patch management, patch compliance, and configuration management on VM instances.
Freya Optics for access to Patch extension properties of requests and responses
An extension to the Freya HTTP Machine adding Patch support
High-performance, low-allocating JSON object diff and patch extension for System.Text.Json. Support generating patch document in RFC 6902 JSON Patch format. Provides bonus DeepEquals and DeepClone methods.