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Add "satisfy respectively" assertion (#882) #1043

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@ishimko ishimko commented May 6, 2019

Add "satisfy respectively" assertion, similar to xUnit Assert.Collection (#882).

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Absolutely love this feature!

@dennisdoomen dennisdoomen requested a review from jnyrup May 7, 2019 06:30
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Great implementation 👍

I'm not entirely sure about the name SatisfyRespectively.
From the name, it doesn't immediately strikes me what it's supposed to do.
@dennisdoomen IIRC you have sometimes got valuable feedback from your Twitter network for brainstorming?

@ishimko ishimko force-pushed the issue/882-satisfy-respectively branch 2 times, most recently from 10e43e9 to cc703dc Compare May 7, 2019 08:51
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ishimko commented May 7, 2019

Hmm, tests failed two times in a row at AppVeyor, based on the tests failed, I suppose it's related to #1022. @jnyrup @dennisdoomen can I restart build somehow other than pushing new changes? Tests are passing stable on my machine, so fails are most likely not related to my changes.

@ishimko ishimko force-pushed the issue/882-satisfy-respectively branch from cc703dc to 7f7f30b Compare May 11, 2019 07:52
@jnyrup jnyrup merged commit 9c87318 into fluentassertions:master May 15, 2019
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jnyrup commented May 15, 2019

@vanashimko Thanks for the contribution to Fluent Assertions.
Look out for your name in the next release.

@ishimko ishimko deleted the issue/882-satisfy-respectively branch May 15, 2019 20:12
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mdilovar commented Jun 5, 2019

Which version will this be available in?

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jnyrup commented Jun 5, 2019

@mdilovar It will be available in the next release, which will be 5.7.0.
I can't give a release date, but I can assure you that we're also eager to get the next release out.
We're working as I write on weeding out the last issues before being ready to push the release button.

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