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README.md

moq v5

The most popular and friendly mocking framework for .NET

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This repository supports corebuild for configure/build/test from msbuild.

IMPORTANT: this repository is for the upcoming version of Moq. Issues and source for the current stable Moq v4.x are at https://github.com/moq/moq4

Building the repository

msbuild /t:configure
msbuild

The default target is Help, which will render the documentation for the build itself and what targets are available. Since this is a corebuild standard repository, you can run:

msbuild /t:configure
msbuild /t:build
msbuild /t:test
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