404 packages returned for Tags:"Config"

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NLog.config file to get started with configuring NLog. This package is not mandatory to get started with NLog: the configuration file can created manually (read specs here: https://github.com/NLog/NLog/wiki/Configuration-file) or the configuration can be created programmatically. (read more here:... More information
  • 179,923 total downloads
  • last updated 3/30/2021
  • Latest version: 2.3.0
  • dapplo config
Dapplo.Config provides an easy to use configuration
A lightweight, simple, flexible, extensible library to read configurations using strongly typed classes. - you can use a standard way to read configuration from app.config or from a pure JSON configuration file. - you can also use a mix of various configuration sources like app.config and... More information
JsonConfig is a simple to use configuration library, allowing JSON based config files for your C#/.NET application instead of cumbersome web.config/application.config xml files. It is based on JsonFX and C# 4.0 dynamic feature. Allows putting your programs config file into .json files, where a... More information
NConfig is a small library that allows using multi-file, host-based configurations in .Net
  • 105,041 total downloads
  • last updated 5/14/2017
  • Latest version: 3.0.0-alpha-99
  • Config Settings Tier
A Settings library supporting multi-tier and data center environments.
  • 60,511 total downloads
  • last updated 7/30/2021
  • Latest version: 1.0.6
  • dotnet config
APIs for handling dotnet-config compatible settings for any dotnet tool. Usage: var config = Config.Build(); var value = config.GetString("section", "subsection", "variable"); // Setting values, Config is immutable, so chain calls and update var config = config .SetString("section",... More information
Hocon by: Akka
HOCON (Human-Optimized Config Object Notation) core API implementation. For full access inside your application, install the Hocon.Configuration package.
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