NLog.Config 4.7.1

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: https://github.com/NLog/NLog/wiki/Configuration-API)

Note: Unfortunately this package won't work well when using <PackageReference>

Advised to:

- download manually: https://raw.githubusercontent.com/NLog/NLog/dev/src/NuGet/NLog.Config/content/NLog.config
- set "Copy To Output Directory" to "Copy if newer"

There is a newer version of this package available.
See the version list below for details.
Install-Package NLog.Config -Version 4.7.1
dotnet add package NLog.Config --version 4.7.1
<PackageReference Include="NLog.Config" Version="4.7.1" />
For projects that support PackageReference, copy this XML node into the project file to reference the package.
paket add NLog.Config --version 4.7.1
The NuGet Team does not provide support for this client. Please contact its maintainers for support.
#r "nuget: NLog.Config, 4.7.1"
#r directive can be used in F# Interactive, C# scripting and .NET Interactive. Copy this into the interactive tool or source code of the script to reference the package.
// Install NLog.Config as a Cake Addin
#addin nuget:?package=NLog.Config&version=4.7.1

// Install NLog.Config as a Cake Tool
#tool nuget:?package=NLog.Config&version=4.7.1
The NuGet Team does not provide support for this client. Please contact its maintainers for support.

Release Notes

NLog 4.7.1

NuGet packages (133)

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Pickles.CommandLine
**Pickles** is an open source **living documentation** generator that works on feature files written in the *Gherkin* language, popularized in tools like *Cucumber* and *SpecFlow*. *Pickles* can be incorporated into your build process to produce living documentation in a format that is more accessible to your clients. *Gherkin* language files are written in plain text and stored in your source folder. This can make them inaccessible to clients who may not know how to work with source control or who are not interested in seeing all of the source code, just the features. *Pickles* can produce output in different formats: - Static HTML: a set of HTML files with minimal JavaScript - Dynamic HTML: a JavaScript-rich single page app with integrated search - Word: Microsoft Word - Excel: Microsoft Excel - JSON: a custom JSON format - Markdown: a simple output format Optionally, *Pickles* can **integrate test results**, so that your stakeholders know which scenarios pass validation. *Pickles* supports these test formats: - NUnit - MSTest - XUnit - SpecRun - Cucumber JSON
Ironman.Default
The default setup for the Ironman Framework. This includes adding LESS support, YUI is set as the default JS/CSS minifier, fastJSON and Bender are used for serialization, MiniProfiler for profiling, NLog for logging, and Glimpse is also added.
Batman.Core.Logging.NLog
This adds the ability for Batman to interact with local files as well as urls.
MIDIator.CoreLib
Connect your C# application to MIDI with ease.
DBVC
A minimal stored procedure based orm using xml.

GitHub repositories (40)

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pnp/PnP
SharePoint / Office 365 Developer Patterns and Practices - Legacy solutions
ElevenPaths/FOCA
Tool to find metadata and hidden information in the documents.
ebekker/ACMESharp
An ACME client library and PowerShell client for the .NET platform (Let's Encrypt)
OpenSAGE/OpenSAGE
OpenSAGE is a free, open source re-implementation of SAGE, the 3D real time strategy (RTS) engine used in Command & Conquer: Generals and other RTS titles from EA Pacific. Written in C#. Not affiliated with EA.
zarunbal/LogExpert
Windows tail program and log file analyzer.

Version History

Version Downloads Last updated
4.7.10 70,640 5/14/2021
4.7.9 62,802 3/24/2021
4.7.8 51,785 2/25/2021
4.7.7 78,280 1/20/2021
4.7.6 96,248 12/6/2020
4.7.5 211,612 9/27/2020
4.7.4 148,009 8/22/2020
4.7.3 84,785 7/31/2020
4.7.2 268,236 5/18/2020
4.7.1 14,805 5/15/2020
4.7.0 260,300 3/20/2020
4.7.0-rc1 5,478 2/22/2020
4.6.8 625,490 11/4/2019
4.6.7 358,838 8/25/2019
4.6.6 193,529 7/14/2019
4.6.5 199,116 6/14/2019
4.6.4 99,463 5/28/2019
4.6.3 176,439 4/30/2019
4.6.2 189,943 4/2/2019
4.6.1 22,906 3/29/2019
4.6.0 57,322 3/21/2019
4.6.0-rc3 693 3/15/2019
4.6.0-rc2 1,726 3/10/2019
4.6.0-rc1 5,606 2/8/2019
4.5.11 981,238 11/6/2018
4.5.10 463,354 9/17/2018
4.5.9 194,912 8/24/2018
4.5.8 145,859 8/5/2018
4.5.7 184,878 7/19/2018
4.5.6 431,271 5/29/2018
4.5.5 31,366 5/25/2018
4.5.4 160,731 5/5/2018
4.5.3 98,292 4/16/2018
4.5.2 83,296 4/6/2018
4.5.1 36,820 4/3/2018
4.5.0 68,150 3/25/2018
4.5.0-rc07 4,065 3/8/2018
4.5.0-rc06 9,557 2/20/2018
4.5.0-rc05 2,938 2/13/2018
4.5.0-rc04 8,906 1/15/2018
4.5.0-rc03 8,442 12/11/2017
4.5.0-rc02 2,180 12/11/2017
4.5.0-rc01 4,438 11/23/2017
4.5.0-beta08 2,716 11/20/2017
4.5.0-beta07 5,448 10/15/2017
4.5.0-beta06 1,205 10/12/2017
4.5.0-beta05 607 10/12/2017
4.5.0-beta04 712 10/10/2017
4.5.0-beta03 1,175 10/5/2017
4.5.0-beta02 1,668 9/27/2017
4.5.0-beta01 2,532 9/16/2017
4.5.0-alpha04 23,224 2/28/2017
4.5.0-alpha03 1,843 2/14/2017
4.5.0-alpha02 755 2/13/2017
4.5.0-alpha01 752 2/12/2017
4.4.13 190,796 2/27/2018
4.4.12 1,137,286 8/13/2017
4.4.11 388,759 6/17/2017
4.4.10 108,685 5/31/2017
4.4.9 201,539 5/5/2017
4.4.8 33,232 4/28/2017
4.4.7 13,820 4/25/2017
4.4.6 61,235 4/15/2017
4.4.6-rc1 650 4/11/2017
4.4.6-beta3 654 4/10/2017
4.4.6-beta2 654 4/3/2017
4.4.6-beta1 641 3/30/2017
4.4.5 91,177 3/28/2017
4.4.4 92,272 3/10/2017
4.4.3 105,823 2/17/2017
4.4.2 63,140 2/6/2017
4.4.1 535,272 12/24/2016
4.4.0 38,318 12/14/2016
4.3.11 176,390 11/7/2016
4.3.10 157,806 10/11/2016
4.3.9 148,863 9/18/2016
4.3.8 66,473 9/5/2016
4.3.7 108,001 8/6/2016
4.3.6.1 81,093 7/26/2016
4.3.6 10,273 7/23/2016
4.3.5 151,451 6/12/2016
4.3.4 173,198 5/16/2016
4.3.3 76,566 4/28/2016
4.3.2 17,191 4/26/2016
4.3.1 18,619 4/20/2016
4.3.0 11,332 4/16/2016
4.2.3 394,431 12/20/2015
4.2.2 55,804 12/6/2015
4.2.1 53,367 11/21/2015
4.2.0 66,567 10/24/2015
4.1.2 105,563 9/20/2015
4.1.1 29,571 9/12/2015
4.1.0 58,862 8/31/2015
4.0.1 219,184 6/18/2015
4.0.0 70,457 5/25/2015
3.2.1 108,171 4/24/2015
3.2.0 227,025 1/2/2015
3.1.0 291,250 6/24/2014
3.0.0 40,090 6/2/2014
2.1.0 254,276 10/10/2013
2.0.1.2 128,259 4/8/2013
2.0.0.2000 155,680 7/18/2011
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