Cross-platform performance benchmarking and testing framework for .NET applications.
dotnet nbench is no longer needed as of NBench 2.0.0 - please see https://nbench.io/articles/quickstart.html for more information on how to run NBench.
Install-Package NBench.Runner.DotNetCli -Version 1.1.0
dotnet add package NBench.Runner.DotNetCli --version 1.1.0
<PackageReference Include="NBench.Runner.DotNetCli" Version="1.1.0" />
paket add NBench.Runner.DotNetCli --version 1.1.0
Fixes several major issues with the `NBench.Runner` executable and being able to support .NET Core dependencies. This is the first set of fixes in a series of ongoing changes designed to help make NBench more user-friendly, extensible, and capable of all manner of interesting performance-related tasks.
New Feature: Explicitly Settable `Counter`s**
`Counter` instances can now be explicitly set to increment or decrement by a known value:
var counter = new Counter(new AtomicCounter(), new CounterMetricName("foo"));
Console.WriteLine(counter.Current); // will print out 8
Read [the full set of changes in NBench v1.1 here](https://github.com/petabridge/NBench/milestone/4).
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