Reference the project page.
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|Implements several simulators for common dependencies. These abstractions make it easier to write highly-testable code.|
|+The main project page is at http://arlobelshee.github.com/SimulatableApi/. All the docs are on the project page. The rest of this readme is just a teaser to let you know what's in the library.|
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|There are three ways to get a FileSystem. The first two, FileSystem.Real() and FileSystem.Simulated(), return a new view wrapped around some storage. The last, FileSystem.Clone() creates a view from another view. They share the same underlying storage, but each have their own change tracking and undo facilities.|
|The first thing to notice from just the above is that this is not your typical files and directories API. There is a single instance that represents the entire file system; file and directory objects are bound to a file system, and all the instances related to a single file system share consistent state.</description>|