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Continuation of PR #989 #1140

merged 16 commits into from Sep 21, 2019

Continuation of PR #989 #1140

merged 16 commits into from Sep 21, 2019


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@danielmpetrov danielmpetrov commented Sep 18, 2019

This PR is an attempt to close out #989.

Changelog since the original PR:

  • Update docs
  • Add more tests based on #989 (comment) by @jnyrup
  • The behavior implemented in regards to empty/single element collections is as suggested by @jnyrup and agreed on by @dennisdoomen (see below)

I came to think of two inherent properties of empty/single element collections.
They are:

  • always ordered, and
  • both in ascending and descending order at the same time.
  • Organized the tests for Be In Ascending/Descending Order in GenericCollectionAssertionsSpecs.cs into sub-regions for better navigation, since it was hard to find my way around. I kept the original tests, and added on a few more as stated earlier, but please check them that they make sense. 馃憤

Closes #296 and Resolves #989

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@jnyrup jnyrup merged commit 9a3e049 into fluentassertions:master Sep 21, 2019
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@jnyrup jnyrup commented Sep 21, 2019

Thanks @david-a-jetter and @danielmpetrov for contributing this improvement

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