CodeCop 3.2.1

CodeCop is a free to use library that builds on top of JSON to provide a fast unobtrusive way to write method interceptors for your .NET apps.
   
Interceptor placement is independent from your app's code. It's done on a JSON file which means that at anytime you can add or remove interceptors without code changes or redeploys.
   
Method interception happens in one or all of these stages, before execution, after execution and it is possible also to override the behavior completely.

CodeCop can intercept your code and also other 3rd party assemblies your app depends on.

Install-Package CodeCop -Version 3.2.1
dotnet add package CodeCop --version 3.2.1
<PackageReference Include="CodeCop" Version="3.2.1" />
For projects that support PackageReference, copy this XML node into the project file to reference the package.
paket add CodeCop --version 3.2.1
The NuGet Team does not provide support for this client. Please contact its maintainers for support.

Release Notes

v3.2.1 fixes the reported bug of not being able to get the sender pointer when intercepting structs. (https://gist.github.com/Scooletz/de7f6b63bce5f51b9053)

Visit http://getcodecop.com/ for full product information.
   
Read the project's wiki at https://bitbucket.org/codecop_team/codecop/wiki/Home for details on how to get started.
Issues? Please report them at https://bitbucket.org/codecop_team/codecop/issues

Dependencies

This package has no dependencies.

This package is not used by any popular GitHub repositories.

Version History

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3.2.1 888 3/10/2016
3.2.0 535 2/14/2016
3.1.2 481 1/23/2016
3.1.1 564 12/21/2015
3.1.0 513 12/21/2015
3.0.0 610 11/25/2015
2.1.1 630 11/11/2015
2.0.0-pre 529 11/6/2015
1.3.3 554 10/29/2015
1.3.2 513 10/29/2015
1.3.1 435 10/20/2015
1.3.0 530 10/11/2015
1.2.9 500 10/11/2015
1.2.8 483 10/9/2015
1.2.7 501 10/9/2015
1.2.6 481 10/8/2015
1.2.5 498 10/8/2015
1.2.4 513 10/7/2015
1.2.3 494 10/7/2015
1.2.2 509 10/6/2015
1.2.1 494 10/5/2015
1.2.0 653 10/3/2015
1.1.7 585 9/28/2015
1.1.6 635 9/27/2015