125 packages returned for Tags:"strong-types"

Big Book of Data Types is a collection of various data types including Vector3, Set, RingBuffer, PriorityQueue, Fractions, and DateSpan. It also includes a number of extension methods for types found already in .Net.
Nativement, le Framework .NET 3.5 et SharePoint 2010 fournissent un ensemble de fonctionnalités utiles. "AreaProg Framework" permet d'étendre cela en fournissant des méthodes d'extension permettant de faciliter le développement en .NET et SharePoint. La partie SharePoint de ce Framework se focalise... More information
Nativement, le Framework .NET 4 et SharePoint 2013 fournissent un ensemble de fonctionnalités utiles. "AreaProg Framework" permet d'étendre cela en fournissant des méthodes d'extension permettant de faciliter le développement en .NET et SharePoint. La partie SharePoint de ce Framework se focalise... More information
Signs unsigned assemblies at build-time. This is useful if your project requires signing and you use third-party unsigned libraries.
  • 281 total downloads
  • last updated 11/7/2018
  • Latest version: 1.0.8
  • types
Tools for processing types. Extracting list of types from one type
Evolving AnyValue to use statics instead. Previous methos have been deprecated.
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
This is a Visual Studio plugin that will help you replace use of "var" in your C# code with the actual type name.
TypeNameFormatter provides some extension methods that can be used instead of Type.ToString() to format a type's name the way it would look in C#: * StringBuilder.AppendFormattedName(Type, [TypeNameFormatOptions]) * Type.GetFormattedName([TypeNameFormatOptions]) See the README at the project's... More information