DotNetVault

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Latest version published over 3 years ago
VersionReleasedDeprecated
0.2.5.7-alphaDec 14, 2020
Dec 17, 2020
over 3 years ago
0.2.5.4-alphaDec 14, 2020
Dec 17, 2020
over 3 years ago
0.1.4.2-betaFeb 1, 2020
Feb 2, 2020
about 4 years ago
0.1.4.1-betaJan 26, 2020
Feb 2, 2020
about 4 years ago
0.1.4-betaJan 21, 2020
Feb 2, 2020
about 4 years ago
0.1.3.13-betaJan 11, 2020
Feb 2, 2020
about 4 years ago
0.1.3.11-betaJan 8, 2020
Feb 2, 2020
about 4 years ago
0.1.3.8-betaJan 4, 2020
Feb 2, 2020
about 4 years ago
0.1.3.5-betaJan 1, 2020
Feb 2, 2020
about 4 years ago

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Description

Synchronization Library and Static Analysis Tool for C# 8 DotNetVault is a library and static code analysis tool that makes managing shared mutable state in multi-threaded applications more manageable and less error prone. It also provides a common abstraction over several commonly used synchronization mechanisms, allowing you to change from one underlying type to another (such as from lock free synchronization to mutex/monitor lock based) without needing to refactor your code. Where errors do still occur, they are easier to locate and identify. The project description (a detailed design document) can be read here: https://github.com/cpsusie/DotNetVault/blob/v0.2.5.x/DotNetVault_Description_Latest_Draft.pdf. A quick start guide for installation (Windows, Vs 2019+) can be found here: https://github.com/cpsusie/DotNetVault/blob/v0.2.5.x/QuickStart_Install_VS2019_Windows.md. A quick start guide for installation (Tested on Amazon Linux, Rider 2019.3.1+) can be found here: https://github.com/cpsusie/DotNetVault/blob/v0.2.5.x/Quick_Start_Install_Rider_Amazon_Linux.md. A guided tour / quick start guide for this project's functionality can be found here: https://github.com/cpsusie/DotNetVault/blob/v0.2.5.x/Quick_Start_Functionality_Tour.md

FAQs

> Is DotNetVault Deprecated?

It appears there are some versions of DotNetVault that are deprecated.

> What is the deprecation date for the latest version of DotNetVault?

The latest version of DotNetVault was released on Dec 14, 2020, 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.