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  1. dotnet-jack

    Forked from jystic/dotnet-jack

    An alternative property-based testing system for F#, in the spirit of John Hughes & Koen Classen's QuickCheck. The key improvement is that shrinking comes for free.


  2. SplitMix

    Port of "Fast Splittable Pseudorandom Number Generators" by Steele et. al. The paper's algorithm provides decent randomness for most purposes but sacrifices cryptographic-quality randomness in favo…

    F# 1

  3. AutoFixture/AutoFixture

    AutoFixture is an open source library for .NET designed to minimize the 'Arrange' phase of your unit tests in order to maximize maintainability. Its primary goal is to allow developers to focus on …

    C# 1k 195

  4. Fare

    Project Fare is an effort to bring a DFA/NFA (finite-state automata) implementation from Java to .NET. There are quite a few implementations available in other languages today. This project aims to…

    C# 43 21

  5. GreanTech/Qaiain

    An autonomous email microservice that receives programmatic messages via an asynchronous channel and relays them over SMTP

    F# 4


    Contains a selection of the links I find interesting over time.

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February 2017

Created a pull request in ploeh/dependency-rejection-samples that received 5 comments

QuickCheck properties

This pull request adds QuickCheck properties, ported from the FsCheck properties in MaîtreDTests. To automate the execution of these properties (with

Created an issue in SublimeHaskell/SublimeHaskell that received 7 comments

Seeing '?' instead of '::' in type/symbol info

I've installed SublimeHaskell through Package Control and set it to work with hsdev. Everything works fine except that I see a strange ? instead of ::

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