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Commits on Dec 7, 2012
  1. Fixed up typo in current doco.

    mitchdenny committed Dec 7, 2012
    Indefinitely again :)
  2. Spelling mistake on Indefinitely method.

    mitchdenny committed Dec 7, 2012
    Fixed up this typo. Thanks to the Readify folks to spotting it.
Commits on Dec 6, 2012
  1. Changed README back to README.md

    mitchdenny committed Dec 6, 2012
    I had assumed that GitHub would try to render as Markdown by convention.
    I was wrong :(
  2. Updated README and added LICENSE.

    mitchdenny committed Dec 6, 2012
    The README now has some usage pointers, and the LICENSE is the MIT
    license.
  3. Merge pull request #1 from maartenba/master

    mitchdenny committed Dec 6, 2012
    Fixed the MyGet build
  4. Removed build.bat

    maartenba committed Dec 6, 2012
Commits on Dec 5, 2012
  1. Re-introducing build.bat

    mitchdenny committed Dec 5, 2012
    Hopefully this gets me unblocked and then I can work with the MyGet guys
    on figuring out what the heck is going on.
  2. Hard coding the description.

    mitchdenny committed Dec 5, 2012
    Hard coding the description.
  3. Hard coding author and owner.

    mitchdenny committed Dec 5, 2012
    See if that addresses the build issue. This is driving me nuts!
  4. Updated AssemblyInfo.cs

    mitchdenny committed Dec 5, 2012
    Using 0.1.* instead of 0.1.0.*
  5. Made a mistake with class library changes.

    mitchdenny committed Dec 5, 2012
    I might have overwritten the csproj file with the old portable library
    csproj file which would have invalidated the test.
  6. Changed to a normaly .NET 4.5 assembly.

    mitchdenny committed Dec 5, 2012
    Trying to prove the problem with the build on MyGet is that it isn't
    supporting portable libraries. If this works then will need to work with
    the MyGet guys to see if they can introduce support for portable
    libraries or figure out how to do a build some other way.
  7. Removed post build event to make NuGet package.

    mitchdenny committed Dec 5, 2012
    Wondering whether this is the cause of my MyGet build services woes.
  8. This is the "Darren" commit.

    mitchdenny committed Dec 5, 2012
    Darren made me write a unit test which had tolerances for millisecond
    accuracy issues.
  9. Removed build.bat

    mitchdenny committed Dec 5, 2012
    Maarten is helping me solve a build problem with MyGet. Thanks Maarten!
  10. Getting close to a 1.0 release now.

    mitchdenny committed Dec 5, 2012
    Added in ability to express multiple conditions through an AndOn. Also
    fixed a logic bug within the For terminator and improve unit test
    execution time.
  11. Progress check-in.

    mitchdenny committed Dec 5, 2012
    Working on retrying on multiple different exception types. Not working
    yet.
Commits on Dec 3, 2012
  1. Added a build.bat as workaround.

    mitchdenny committed Dec 3, 2012
    Added a build.bat file as a workaround to the MyGet build issue.
  2. Enabled package builds.

    mitchdenny committed Dec 3, 2012
    Should now build a nupkg file.
  3. Enabled package restore.

    mitchdenny committed Dec 3, 2012
    ... and removed NuGet.CommandLine.
  4. Fixed duration test.

    mitchdenny committed Dec 3, 2012
    Turns out it was an unmanifested projection causing the problem.
Commits on Nov 29, 2012
  1. Removed build outputs.

    mitchdenny committed Nov 29, 2012
    Accidentally checked in some build outputs. Removing them.
  2. Building out test coverage.

    mitchdenny committed Nov 29, 2012
    Got a problem with the duration condition. But I have disabled that test
    for now whilst I figure it out. Need to grab some sleep.
  3. Basic working library.

    mitchdenny committed Nov 29, 2012
    I've got the basics of this library working but it isn't fully unit
    tested yet. I need to add more tests to truly cover its behaviour.
Commits on Nov 28, 2012
  1. Initial commit.

    mitchdenny committed Nov 28, 2012
    I haven't finished implementing yet. This code just explores the idea
    from an API construction point of view, however there is no substance
    behind the methods.