bbv.Common.StateMachine 7.4.12089.2010

Hierarchical state machine with fluent definition syntax
     * states and events can be defined with enums, strings or ints - resulting in single class state machines.
     * actions
       o on transitions
       o entry and exit actions
     * transition guards
     * hierarchical
       o different history behaviors to initialize state always to same state or last active state
     * fluent definition interface
     * synchronous/asynchronous state machine
       o passive state machine handles state transitions synchronously
       o active state machine handles state transitions asynchronously on the worker thread of the state machine
     * extensible thorough logging
     * state machine report for description of state machine

bbv.Common.StateMachine is a part of bbv.Common, a library of .NET components and functionality including:
     * (a)synchronous notification component with thread switching using publisher-subscriber pattern,
     * hierarchical state machine with fluent definition syntax,
     * programmatic, loosely coupled, context based rule engine,
     * support for active objects to build multi-threaded applications

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Install-Package bbv.Common.StateMachine -Version 7.4.12089.2010
dotnet add package bbv.Common.StateMachine --version 7.4.12089.2010
<PackageReference Include="bbv.Common.StateMachine" Version="7.4.12089.2010" />
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paket add bbv.Common.StateMachine --version 7.4.12089.2010
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Version History

Version Downloads Last updated
7.4.12149.1635 5,840 5/28/2012
7.4.12089.2010 735 3/29/2012
7.4.12045.727 815 2/14/2012
7.4.11331.1827 885 11/28/2011
7.4.1244.2228 642 2/13/2012
7.4.1187.412 8,228 3/28/2011