Woah, another release? Recoil 1.1.2

Posted on October 21, 2009. Filed under: .NET, Programming, Recoil |

In a stunning streak of programming that involved adding a single property that returns a constant value, Recoil now supports config placeholders (e.g. ${FancyPlaceholder}) in the fluent interface!

Thanks, cheers and a bottle of beer fly out to maxnk who suggested a quick patch.

As always, you can greedily grab the generous package here.

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3 Responses to “Woah, another release? Recoil 1.1.2”

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Can you expose sources throw svn repository?
For example here: sourceforge.net.

ps sorry if my english not so good.

Or may be i can download sources in another way except installing mercurial client?

There is no way that I know of. There are many subversion -> mercurial bridges, but not the other way around. I tend to think this is because once you try out mercurial, you’ll never want to move back to SVN.

You can download TortoiseHG here: http://bitbucket.org/tortoisehg/stable/wiki/Home it is an extremely easy to use client for mercurial and to get the Recoil sources, you just have to use one bit of functionality (Clone Repository).

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