TestBase 4.1.3.2

*TestBase* gives you a flying start with
- fluent assertions that are easy to extend
- sharp error messages
- tools to help you test with “heavyweight” dependencies on
 - AspNetCore.Mvc, AspNet.Mvc or WebApi Contexts
 - HttpClient
 - Ado.Net
 - Streams & Logging
- Mix & match with your favourite test runners & assertions.

```
UnitUnderTest.Action()
 .ShouldNotBeNull()
 .ShouldEqualByValueExceptFor(new {Id=1, Descr=expected}, ignoreList )
 .Payload
   .ShouldMatchIgnoringCase("I expected this")
   .Should(someOtherPredicate);
 .Items
   .ShouldAll(predicate)
   .ShouldContain(item)
   .ShouldNotContain(predicate)
   .Where(predicate)
   .SingleOrAssertFail()

.ShouldEqualByValue().ShouldEqualByValueExceptFor(...).ShouldEqualByValueOnMembers()
 work with all kinds of object and collections, and report what differed.
string.ShouldMatch(pattern).ShouldNotMatch().ShouldBeEmpty().ShouldNotBeEmpty()
.ShouldNotBeNullOrEmptyOrWhiteSpace().ShouldEqualIgnoringCase()
.ShouldContain().ShouldStartWith().ShouldEndWith().ShouldBeContainedIn(), ...
numeric.ShouldBeBetween().ShouldEqualWithTolerance()....GreaterThan....LessThan...GreaterOrEqualTo ...
ienumerable.ShouldAll().ShouldContain().ShouldNotContain().ShouldBeEmpty().ShouldNotBeEmpty() ...
stream.ShouldHaveSameStreamContentAs().ShouldContain()
value.ShouldBe().ShouldNotBe().ShouldBeOfType().ShouldBeAssignableTo()...
```

TestBase.HttpClient.Fake

```
new FakeHttpClient()
     .Setup(x=>x.RequestUri.PathAndQuery.StartsWith("/this"))
       .Returns(response)
     .Setup(x=>x.Method==HttpMethod.Put)
       .Returns(new HttpResponseMessage(HttpStatusCode.Accepted));
```

TestBase.AdoNet
------------------
`FakeDbConnection`

```
- db.SetupForQuery(…)
- db.SetupForExecuteNonQuery(…)
- db.ShouldHaveUpdated("tableName", …)
- db.ShouldHaveSelected("tableName", …)
- db.ShouldHaveDeleted("tableName", …)
- db.Verify( x=>x.CommandText.Matches("Insert [case] .*")
            && x.Parameters["id"].Value==1 )
- db
   .ShouldHaveInvoked(cmd => predicate(cmd))
   .ShouldHaveParameter("name", value)
```

`RecordingDbConnection`

TestBase.Mvc.AspNetCore & TestBase.Mvc for Mvc 4 & Mvc 5
--------------------------------------------------------

```
ControllerUnderTest.WithControllerContext()
 .Action()
 .ShouldbeViewResult()
 .ShouldHaveModel<TModel>()
 .ShouldEqualByValue(expected)
ControllerUnderTest.Action()
 .ShouldBeRedirectToRouteResult()
 .ShouldHaveRouteValue("expectedKey", [Optional] "expectedValue");

ShouldHaveViewDataContaining(), ShouldBeJsonResult() etc.
```


- Test AspNetCore controllers with zero setup using
 `controllerUnderTest.WithControllerContext(actionUnderTest)`
- Test more complex AspNetCore controller/application dependencies using
 `HostedMvcTestFixtureBase` and specify your MVCApplications `Startup` class.

```
[TestCase("/dummy")]
public async Task Put_Should_ReturnA(string url)
{
   var httpClient=GivenClientForRunningServer<Startup>();
   GivenRequestHeaders(httpClient, "CustomHeader", "HeaderValue1");

   var result = await httpClient.PutAsync(url, json);

   result.ShouldBe_202Accepted();
}
```

For Mvc4 and Mvc 5, fake your http request &amp; context, and use the `RegisterRoutes` method
of your actual application to set up `Controller.Url`

```
ControllerUnderTest
 .WithHttpContextAndRoutes(
   RouteConfig.RegisterRoutes,
   "/incomingurl"
 );

ApiControllerUnderTest.WithWebApiHttpContext<T>(
   httpMethod,
   requestUri,
   routeTemplate)
```

Testable Logging

```
// Extensions.Logging.ListOfString
var log = new List<String>();
ILogger mslogger= new LoggerFactory().AddStringListLogger(log).CreateLogger("Test2");

// Serilog.Sinks.ListOfString
Serilog.Logger slogger= new LoggerConfiguration().WriteTo.StringList(log).CreateLogger();
```

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TestBase gives you a flying start with

  • fluent assertions that are easy to extend
  • sharp error messages
  • tools to help you test with "heavyweight" dependencies on
    • AspNet.Mvc or AspNetCore Contexts
    • HttpClient
    • Ado.Net
    • Streams & Logging
  • Mix & match with your favourite test runners and assertions.

Chainable fluent assertions get you to the point concisely:

UnitUnderTest.Action()
  .ShouldNotBeNull()
  .ShouldEqualByValueExceptFor(new {Id=1, Descr=expected}, ignoreList )
  .Payload
    .ShouldMatchIgnoringCase("I expected this")
	.Should(someOtherPredicate);
	.Items
      .ShouldAll(predicate)
	  .ShouldContain(item)
	  .ShouldNotContain(predicate)
	  .Where(predicate)
	  .SingleOrAssertFail()

.ShouldEqualByValue().ShouldEqualByValueExceptFor(...).ShouldEqualByValueOnMembers()
  work with all kinds of object and collections, and report what differed.
string.ShouldMatch(pattern).ShouldNotMatch().ShouldBeEmpty().ShouldNotBeEmpty()
.ShouldNotBeNullOrEmptyOrWhiteSpace().ShouldEqualIgnoringCase()
.ShouldContain().ShouldStartWith().ShouldEndWith().ShouldBeContainedIn().ShouldBeOneOf().ShouldNotBeOneOf()
numeric.ShouldBeBetween().ShouldEqualWithTolerance()....GreaterThan....LessThan...GreaterOrEqualTo ...
ienumerable.ShouldAll().ShouldContain().ShouldNotContain().ShouldBeEmpty().ShouldNotBeEmpty() ...
stream.ShouldHaveSameStreamContentAs().ShouldContain()
value.ShouldBe().ShouldNotBe().ShouldBeOfType().ShouldBeAssignableTo()...

See Also

TestBase.HttpClient.Fake
TestBase.AdoNet
TestBase.AspNetCore.Mvc
TestBase-Mvc for Mvc 3-5
Extensions.Logging.ListOfString
Serilog.Sinks.ListOfString

TestBase.HttpClient.Fake

[Test]
public async Task Should_MatchTheRightExpectationAndReturnTheSetupResponse__GivenMultipleSetups()
{
  var httpClient = new FakeHttpClient()
    .Setup(x=>x.Method==HttpMethod.Put).Returns(new HttpResponseMessage(HttpStatusCode.Accepted))
    .Setup(x=>x.RequestUri.PathAndQuery.StartsWith("/this")).Returns(thisResponse)
    .Setup(x=>x.RequestUri.PathAndQuery.StartsWith("/that")).Returns(thatResponse)
    .Setup(x=>x.RequestUri.PathAndQuery.StartsWith("/forbidden")).Returns(new HttpResponseMessage(HttpStatusCode.Forbidden));

  (await httpClient.GetAsync("http://localhost/that")).ShouldEqualByValue(thatResponse);
  (await httpClient.GetAsync("http://localhost/forbidden")).StatusCode.ShouldBe(HttpStatusCode.Forbidden);

  httpClient.Verify(x=>x.Method==HttpMethod.Put);
  httClient.VerifyAll();     
}

TestBase.AdoNet

- fakeDbConnection.SetupForQuery(IEnumerable<TFakeData>; )
- fakeDbConnection.SetupForQuery(IEnumerable<Tuple<TFakeDataForTable1,TFakeDataForTable2>> )
- fakeDbConnection.SetupForQuery(fakeData, new[] {"FieldName1", FieldName2"})
- fakeDbConnection.SetupForExecuteNonQuery(rowsAffected)
- fakeDbConnection.ShouldHaveUpdated("tableName", [Optional] fieldList, whereClauseField)
- fakeDbConnection.ShouldHaveSelected("tableName", [Optional] fieldList, whereClauseField)
- fakeDbConnection.ShouldHaveUpdated("tableName", [Optional] fieldList, whereClauseField)
- fakeDbConnection.ShouldHaveDeleted("tableName", whereClauseField)
- fakeDbConnection.ShouldHaveInvoked(cmd => predicate(cmd))
- fakeDbConnection.ShouldHaveXXX().ShouldHaveParameter("name", value)
- fakeDbConnection.Verify(x=>x.CommandText.Matches("Insert [case] .*") && x.Parameters["id"].Value==1)
  • new RecordingDbConnection(IDbConnection) helps you profile Ado.Net Db calls

TestBase.AspNetCore.Mvc & TestBase-Mvc

ControllerUnderTest.Action()
  .ShouldbeViewResult()
  .ShouldHaveModel<TModel>()
  .ShouldEqualByValue(expected)
ControllerUnderTest.Action()
  .ShouldBeRedirectToRouteResult()
  .ShouldHaveRouteValue("expectedKey", [Optional] "expectedValue");

ShouldHaveViewDataContaining(), ShouldBeJsonResult() etc.

Quickly test AspNetCore controllers with zero setup, even with Action dependencies on HttpContext, Request, Response, ViewData, UrlHelper using controllerUnderTest.WithControllerContext() :

[TestFixture]
public class WhenTestingControllersUsingFakeControllerContext
{
    [Test]
    public void ShouldBeViewWithModel_ShouldAssertViewResultAndNameAndModel_And_UrlHelper_ShouldWork()
    {
        var controllerUnderTest = 
            new AController()
                .WithControllerContext();

        var result= controllerUnderTest
                .Action("SomeController","SomeAction",other:1)
                .ShouldBeViewWithModel<AClass>("ViewName");
                    .FooterLink
                    .ShouldBe("/Controller/Action?other=1");
    }
}

... Or test against complex application dependencies using HostedMvcTestFixtureBase and specify your Startup class:

[TestFixture]
public class WhenTestingControllersUsingAspNetCoreTestTestServer : HostedMvcTestFixtureBase
{

    [TestCase("/dummy/action?id={id}")]
    public async Task Get_Should_ReturnActionResult(string url)
    {
        var id=Guid.NewGuid();
        var httpClient=GivenClientForRunningServer<Startup>();
        GivenRequestHeaders(httpClient, "CustomHeader", "HeaderValue1");
            
        var result= await httpClient.GetAsync(url.Formatz(new {id}));

        result
            .ShouldBe_200Ok()
            .Content.ReadAsStringAsync().Result
            .ShouldBe("Content");
    }

    [TestCase("/dummy")]
    public async Task Put_Should_ReturnA(string url)
    {
        var something= new Fixture().Create<Something>();
        var jsonBody= new StringContent(something.ToJSon(), Encoding.UTF8, "application/json");
        var httpClient=GivenClientForRunningServer<Startup>();
        GivenRequestHeaders(httpClient, "CustomHeader", "HeaderValue1");

        var result = await httpClient.PutAsync(url, jsonBody);

        result.ShouldBe_202Accepted();
        DummyController.Putted.ShouldEqualByValue( something );
    }
}

TestBase.Mvc for Mvc4 and Mvc 5

Use the Controller.WithHttpContextAndRoutes() extension methods to fake the
http request &amp; context. And, by injecting the RegisterRoutes method of your
MvcApplication, you can use and test Controller.Url with your application's configured routes.

ControllerUnderTest
  .WithHttpContextAndRoutes(
    [Optional] Action&lt;RouteCollection&gt; mvcApplicationRoutesRegistration, 
    [optional] string requestUrl,
    [Optional] string query = "",
    [Optional] string appVirtualPath = "/",
    [Optional] HttpApplication applicationInstance)

ApiControllerUnderTest.WithWebApiHttpContext&lt;T&gt;(
    HttpMethod httpMethod, 
    [Optional] string requestUri,
    [Optional] string routeTemplate)

Testable Logging with ListOfString

Extensions.Logging.ListOfString for Microsoft.Extensions.Logging.Abstractions:

var logger= new LoggerFactory.AddProvider(new StringListLoggerProvider()).CreateLogger("Test1");
// or
var logLines = new StringListLogger();
var loggerFactory = new LoggerFactory().AddStringListLogger(logLines);
// or
var loggedLines = new List<string>();
var logger= new LoggerFactory().AddStringListLogger(loggedLines).CreateLogger("Test2");
 ... ;
StringListLogger.Instance
	.LoggedLines
	.ShouldContain(x=>x.Matches("kilroy was here"));

Serilog.Sinks.ListOfString for Serilog:

var loglines= new List<String>();
var logger=new LoggerConfiguration().WriteTo.StringList(loglines).CreateLogger();
... ;
logLines.ShouldContain(x=>x.Matches("kilroy was here"));

PDFs

TestBase.Pdf.DocumentWithLineOfText(myLineOfText) gives you a small but well-formed PDF document to play with.
(taken from https://www.cafe-encounter.net/p521/a-very-small-editable-pdf-for-testing)

TestBase gives you a flying start with

  • fluent assertions that are easy to extend
  • sharp error messages
  • tools to help you test with "heavyweight" dependencies on
    • AspNet.Mvc or AspNetCore Contexts
    • HttpClient
    • Ado.Net
    • Streams & Logging
  • Mix & match with your favourite test runners and assertions.

Chainable fluent assertions get you to the point concisely:

UnitUnderTest.Action()
  .ShouldNotBeNull()
  .ShouldEqualByValueExceptFor(new {Id=1, Descr=expected}, ignoreList )
  .Payload
    .ShouldMatchIgnoringCase("I expected this")
	.Should(someOtherPredicate);
	.Items
      .ShouldAll(predicate)
	  .ShouldContain(item)
	  .ShouldNotContain(predicate)
	  .Where(predicate)
	  .SingleOrAssertFail()

.ShouldEqualByValue().ShouldEqualByValueExceptFor(...).ShouldEqualByValueOnMembers()
  work with all kinds of object and collections, and report what differed.
string.ShouldMatch(pattern).ShouldNotMatch().ShouldBeEmpty().ShouldNotBeEmpty()
.ShouldNotBeNullOrEmptyOrWhiteSpace().ShouldEqualIgnoringCase()
.ShouldContain().ShouldStartWith().ShouldEndWith().ShouldBeContainedIn().ShouldBeOneOf().ShouldNotBeOneOf()
numeric.ShouldBeBetween().ShouldEqualWithTolerance()....GreaterThan....LessThan...GreaterOrEqualTo ...
ienumerable.ShouldAll().ShouldContain().ShouldNotContain().ShouldBeEmpty().ShouldNotBeEmpty() ...
stream.ShouldHaveSameStreamContentAs().ShouldContain()
value.ShouldBe().ShouldNotBe().ShouldBeOfType().ShouldBeAssignableTo()...

See Also

TestBase.HttpClient.Fake
TestBase.AdoNet
TestBase.AspNetCore.Mvc
TestBase-Mvc for Mvc 3-5
Extensions.Logging.ListOfString
Serilog.Sinks.ListOfString

TestBase.HttpClient.Fake

[Test]
public async Task Should_MatchTheRightExpectationAndReturnTheSetupResponse__GivenMultipleSetups()
{
  var httpClient = new FakeHttpClient()
    .Setup(x=>x.Method==HttpMethod.Put).Returns(new HttpResponseMessage(HttpStatusCode.Accepted))
    .Setup(x=>x.RequestUri.PathAndQuery.StartsWith("/this")).Returns(thisResponse)
    .Setup(x=>x.RequestUri.PathAndQuery.StartsWith("/that")).Returns(thatResponse)
    .Setup(x=>x.RequestUri.PathAndQuery.StartsWith("/forbidden")).Returns(new HttpResponseMessage(HttpStatusCode.Forbidden));

  (await httpClient.GetAsync("http://localhost/that")).ShouldEqualByValue(thatResponse);
  (await httpClient.GetAsync("http://localhost/forbidden")).StatusCode.ShouldBe(HttpStatusCode.Forbidden);

  httpClient.Verify(x=>x.Method==HttpMethod.Put);
  httClient.VerifyAll();     
}

TestBase.AdoNet

- fakeDbConnection.SetupForQuery(IEnumerable<TFakeData>; )
- fakeDbConnection.SetupForQuery(IEnumerable<Tuple<TFakeDataForTable1,TFakeDataForTable2>> )
- fakeDbConnection.SetupForQuery(fakeData, new[] {"FieldName1", FieldName2"})
- fakeDbConnection.SetupForExecuteNonQuery(rowsAffected)
- fakeDbConnection.ShouldHaveUpdated("tableName", [Optional] fieldList, whereClauseField)
- fakeDbConnection.ShouldHaveSelected("tableName", [Optional] fieldList, whereClauseField)
- fakeDbConnection.ShouldHaveUpdated("tableName", [Optional] fieldList, whereClauseField)
- fakeDbConnection.ShouldHaveDeleted("tableName", whereClauseField)
- fakeDbConnection.ShouldHaveInvoked(cmd => predicate(cmd))
- fakeDbConnection.ShouldHaveXXX().ShouldHaveParameter("name", value)
- fakeDbConnection.Verify(x=>x.CommandText.Matches("Insert [case] .*") && x.Parameters["id"].Value==1)
  • new RecordingDbConnection(IDbConnection) helps you profile Ado.Net Db calls

TestBase.AspNetCore.Mvc & TestBase-Mvc

ControllerUnderTest.Action()
  .ShouldbeViewResult()
  .ShouldHaveModel<TModel>()
  .ShouldEqualByValue(expected)
ControllerUnderTest.Action()
  .ShouldBeRedirectToRouteResult()
  .ShouldHaveRouteValue("expectedKey", [Optional] "expectedValue");

ShouldHaveViewDataContaining(), ShouldBeJsonResult() etc.

Quickly test AspNetCore controllers with zero setup, even with Action dependencies on HttpContext, Request, Response, ViewData, UrlHelper using controllerUnderTest.WithControllerContext() :

[TestFixture]
public class WhenTestingControllersUsingFakeControllerContext
{
    [Test]
    public void ShouldBeViewWithModel_ShouldAssertViewResultAndNameAndModel_And_UrlHelper_ShouldWork()
    {
        var controllerUnderTest = 
            new AController()
                .WithControllerContext();

        var result= controllerUnderTest
                .Action("SomeController","SomeAction",other:1)
                .ShouldBeViewWithModel<AClass>("ViewName");
                    .FooterLink
                    .ShouldBe("/Controller/Action?other=1");
    }
}

... Or test against complex application dependencies using HostedMvcTestFixtureBase and specify your Startup class:

[TestFixture]
public class WhenTestingControllersUsingAspNetCoreTestTestServer : HostedMvcTestFixtureBase
{

    [TestCase("/dummy/action?id={id}")]
    public async Task Get_Should_ReturnActionResult(string url)
    {
        var id=Guid.NewGuid();
        var httpClient=GivenClientForRunningServer<Startup>();
        GivenRequestHeaders(httpClient, "CustomHeader", "HeaderValue1");
            
        var result= await httpClient.GetAsync(url.Formatz(new {id}));

        result
            .ShouldBe_200Ok()
            .Content.ReadAsStringAsync().Result
            .ShouldBe("Content");
    }

    [TestCase("/dummy")]
    public async Task Put_Should_ReturnA(string url)
    {
        var something= new Fixture().Create<Something>();
        var jsonBody= new StringContent(something.ToJSon(), Encoding.UTF8, "application/json");
        var httpClient=GivenClientForRunningServer<Startup>();
        GivenRequestHeaders(httpClient, "CustomHeader", "HeaderValue1");

        var result = await httpClient.PutAsync(url, jsonBody);

        result.ShouldBe_202Accepted();
        DummyController.Putted.ShouldEqualByValue( something );
    }
}

TestBase.Mvc for Mvc4 and Mvc 5

Use the Controller.WithHttpContextAndRoutes() extension methods to fake the
http request &amp; context. And, by injecting the RegisterRoutes method of your
MvcApplication, you can use and test Controller.Url with your application's configured routes.

ControllerUnderTest
  .WithHttpContextAndRoutes(
    [Optional] Action&lt;RouteCollection&gt; mvcApplicationRoutesRegistration, 
    [optional] string requestUrl,
    [Optional] string query = "",
    [Optional] string appVirtualPath = "/",
    [Optional] HttpApplication applicationInstance)

ApiControllerUnderTest.WithWebApiHttpContext&lt;T&gt;(
    HttpMethod httpMethod, 
    [Optional] string requestUri,
    [Optional] string routeTemplate)

Testable Logging with ListOfString

Extensions.Logging.ListOfString for Microsoft.Extensions.Logging.Abstractions:

var logger= new LoggerFactory.AddProvider(new StringListLoggerProvider()).CreateLogger("Test1");
// or
var logLines = new StringListLogger();
var loggerFactory = new LoggerFactory().AddStringListLogger(logLines);
// or
var loggedLines = new List<string>();
var logger= new LoggerFactory().AddStringListLogger(loggedLines).CreateLogger("Test2");
 ... ;
StringListLogger.Instance
	.LoggedLines
	.ShouldContain(x=>x.Matches("kilroy was here"));

Serilog.Sinks.ListOfString for Serilog:

var loglines= new List<String>();
var logger=new LoggerConfiguration().WriteTo.StringList(loglines).CreateLogger();
... ;
logLines.ShouldContain(x=>x.Matches("kilroy was here"));

PDFs

TestBase.Pdf.DocumentWithLineOfText(myLineOfText) gives you a small but well-formed PDF document to play with.
(taken from https://www.cafe-encounter.net/p521/a-very-small-editable-pdf-for-testing)

Release Notes

ChangeLog
---------
4.1.3.2 Corrected Assertion.ToString() to show BoolWithString detail. Added ShouldEqualByValueOnMembers()
4.1.2.7 Added item.ShouldBeOneOf / .ShouldNotBeOneOf
4.1.2.6 Added String.ShouldContainEachOf()
4.1.2.5 Make Extensions.Logging.ListOfString Scopes public       
4.1.2.4 TestBase.AdoNet providers VerifyFirst(), VerifyLast(), VerifySingle(). Added ToCodeString() overload
4.1.2.1 Added TestBase.Pdf.DocumentWithLineOfText
4.1.2.0 TestBase.Mvc.AspNetCore provides WithControllerContext()
4.1.1.0 Should(assertion) and ShouldHave(assertion) as well as Should(predicate)
4.1.0.0 [ExpressionToCodeLib](https://www.nuget.org/packages/ExpressionToCodeLib/) and [FastExpressionCompiler](https://www.nuget.org/packages/FastExpressionCompiler/) ftw. Awesomer, and faster, assertions.
4.0.9.2  ShouldNotMatch(pattern)
4.0.9.1  ShouldNotContain( item or predicate)
4.0.9.0  Removed dependency on net4 version of Mono.Linq.Expressions
4.0.8.0  Separated Serilog.Sinks.ListOfString and Extensions.Logging.StringListLogger
4.0.7.0  Added TestBase.FakeHttpClient. Added Should(predicate,...) as synonym of ShouldHave(predicate,...)
4.0.6.2  TestBase.Mvc can run controller actions on aspnetcore using controller.WithControllerContext()
4.0.5.2  TestBase.Mvc partially ported to netstandard20 / AspNetCore
4.0.4.1  StreamShoulds
4.0.3.0  StringListLogger as MS Logger and as Serilogger
4.0.1.0  Port to NetCore
3.0.3.0  Improves FakeDb setup
3.0.x.0  adds and/or corrects missing Shoulds()
2.0.5.0  adds some intellisense and FakeDbConnection.Verify(..., message,args) overload

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Version History

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4.1.2.7 869 10/24/2018
4.1.2.4 844 10/16/2018
4.1.2.3 1,273 5/22/2018
4.1.2.2 910 5/22/2018
4.1.2.1 924 5/22/2018
4.1.2 946 5/19/2018
4.1.1 967 4/8/2018
4.1.0 923 4/3/2018
4.0.9.2 1,092 3/31/2018
4.0.9.1 977 3/28/2018
4.0.9 1,092 3/23/2018
4.0.8 1,061 3/23/2018
4.0.7 910 3/22/2018
4.0.6.2 937 3/9/2018
4.0.6.1 915 3/7/2018
4.0.5.2 947 3/2/2018
4.0.5 924 3/1/2018
4.0.4.2 958 3/1/2018
4.0.4 924 2/25/2018
4.0.3 947 2/25/2018
4.0.2 902 2/24/2018
4.0.1 968 2/24/2018
3.1.0 1,262 7/24/2016
3.0.8.5 1,012 7/23/2016
3.0.8.3 1,053 4/14/2016
3.0.8.2 997 3/31/2016
3.0.8.1 989 3/30/2016
3.0.8 1,031 3/29/2016
3.0.7.6 1,026 3/14/2016
3.0.7.5 1,000 3/10/2016
3.0.7.4 1,034 2/11/2016
3.0.7.3 1,024 1/29/2016
3.0.6.2 1,042 1/27/2016
3.0.6.1 1,029 1/26/2016
3.0.5 1,045 1/15/2016
3.0.4 1,033 1/13/2016
3.0.3 1,022 12/28/2015
3.0.2 2,710 12/27/2013
3.0.1.1 1,060 12/23/2013
3.0.1 1,128 11/28/2013
2.0.5 1,092 11/28/2013
2.0.4.1 1,082 11/12/2013
2.0.4 1,102 11/12/2013
2.0.3.1 1,062 11/8/2013
2.0.3 1,114 11/7/2013
2.0.2 1,094 11/7/2013
2.0.1 1,102 11/1/2013
1.0.4 1,093 10/31/2013
1.0.3 1,117 10/23/2013