DotNet.Testcontainers

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1.7.0-beta.2269Jun 8, 2022
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Last updated on 19 January-2024, at 02:15 (UTC).

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Description

A lightweight library to run tests with throwaway instances of Docker containers.

FAQs

> Is DotNet.Testcontainers Deprecated?

It appears there are some versions of DotNet.Testcontainers that are deprecated.

> What is the deprecation date for the latest version of DotNet.Testcontainers?

The latest version of DotNet.Testcontainers was released on Jun 8, 2022, and it is now deprecated.

> What does deprecated mean?

Deprecated means that the package was either marked as deprecated on the package registry, or that the source code repository for the package was archived.