MonkeyArms 1.0.20

Install-Package MonkeyArms -Version 1.0.20
dotnet add package MonkeyArms --version 1.0.20
<PackageReference Include="MonkeyArms" Version="1.0.20" />
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paket add MonkeyArms --version 1.0.20
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#r "nuget: MonkeyArms, 1.0.20"
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// Install MonkeyArms as a Cake Addin
#addin nuget:?package=MonkeyArms&version=1.0.20

// Install MonkeyArms as a Cake Tool
#tool nuget:?package=MonkeyArms&version=1.0.20
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MonkeyArms is more of a toolbox than a blueprint. MonkeyArms provides features that are independent of each other to help solve issues that programmers encounter every day while trying to write clean and portable code. These problems include decoupling, dependency injection, messaging between entities, configuration, integration with legacy code, and testability.

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1.0.20 1,119 3/6/2014
1.0.19 762 3/6/2014
1.0.18 806 2/10/2014
1.0.17 792 2/9/2014
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1.0.12 816 12/11/2013
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1.0.2 862 12/11/2013
1.0.1 777 12/11/2013
1.0.0 751 12/11/2013

Added InjectionMap so develoeprs can specify the injections DIUtil should use instead of solely relying on the DI static class.