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Redistributable components for package 'PostSharp.Patterns.Aggregation'. This package should only be installed as a dependency.
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Aggregatable (parent-child), Visitor and Disposable patterns. An official PostSharp pattern library.
A process host for Windows (Vista and later) that is more reliable and flexible than System.Diagnostics.Process
ChildProcesses - Child Process Management for .NET
ChildProcesses is a child process management library for the .NET Framework.
It allows to create child processes, and provides bidirectional extendable interprocess communication based on WCF and NamedPipes out of the box.
Child and parent processes monitor each other and notify about...
Visual Studio Debug Helper for ChildProcesses (Child Process Management for .NET)
Visual Studio Debug Helper for ChildProcesses attaches the Visual Studio debugger automatically to any started child process with the ChildProcesses library.
Interfaces and classes helful in managing tree-like data structures.
Part of the "Open" set of libraries.
Contains the Entity Framework context classes for OdjfsScraper.
Contains attributes, helpers and extensions which useful for developing any software project
Contains infrastructure for implementation module structure of application
This framework extends Prism.StoreApps with useful real-world featires.
1. Displaying of settings flyouts, child views, notifications and flyouts views in MVVM style
2. CompositeUI via regions in ViewModelFirst style
Contains the model classes for OdjfsScraper.
Spawn child processes and communicate with them over Named Pipes in a TPL (Task Parallel Library) way
A utility to assist with spawing child processes, monitoring their lifecycle and co-operative shutdown.
Classes to support a business logic layer or an API. Keep child-parent relationships in sync. Wrap a result with data along with a Successful flag and a list of messages. Keep business logic units separate, implementing ISideEffect. Check whether a list is dirty.
Provides the ability to more intuitively connect Parent-Child relationships via Callback methods.