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target="library"
define="${current.build.defines}"
debug="${build.debug}"
- output="${bin.dir}\${project::get-name()}.dll"
- doc="${bin.dir}\${project::get-name()}.xml"
+ output="${bin.dir}/${project::get-name()}.dll"
+ doc="${bin.dir}/${project::get-name()}.xml"
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target="exe"
define="${current.build.defines}"
debug="${build.debug}"
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<property name="sign" value="true" overwrite="false" />
- <property name="key.file" value="${root.dir}\src\NHibernate.snk" />
+ <property name="key.file" value="${root.dir}/src/NHibernate.snk" />
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<property name="clover.framework" value=".NET 2.0" if="${nant.settings.currentframework == 'net-2.0'}" />
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<property name="clover.home" value="${environment::get-folder-path('ProgramFiles')}/Cenqua/Clover.NET 2.0 for ${clover.framework}" />
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+#region license
+// Bamboo.Prevalence - a .NET object prevalence engine
+// Copyright (C) 2004 Rodrigo B. de Oliveira
+//
+// Based on the original concept and implementation of Prevayler (TM)
+// by Klaus Wuestefeld. Visit http://www.prevayler.org for details.
+//
+// Permission is hereby granted, free of charge, to any person
+// obtaining a copy of this software and associated documentation
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+// OR THE USE OR OTHER DEALINGS IN THE SOFTWARE.
+//
+// Contact Information
+//
+// http://bbooprevalence.sourceforge.net
+// mailto:rodrigobamboo@users.sourceforge.net
+#endregion
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+Original NVelocity license:
+
+/*
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xmlns="http://nant.sf.net/release/0.85-rc3/nant.xsd">
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description="NHibernate pluggable cache provider using Bamboo.Prevalence engine"
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xmlns="http://nant.sf.net/release/0.85-rc3/nant.xsd">
- <property name="root.dir" value="..\.." />
+ <property name="root.dir" value="../.." />
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<include name="System.dll" />
<include name="System.Data.dll" />
<include name="System.XML.dll" />
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+ <include name="System.Web.dll" />
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description="NHibernate pluggable cache provider using ASP.NET Cache object"
xmlns="http://nant.sf.net/release/0.85-rc3/nant.xsd">
- <property name="root.dir" value="..\.." />
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description="NHibernate cache provider using ASP.NET Cache, with support for SQL dependencies"
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<target name="build" depends="init generate-assemblyinfo common.compile-tests" />
<target name="test" depends="build common.run-tests" />
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<target name="test" depends="init build common.run-tests" />
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<target name="generate-assemblyinfo" depends="init common.generate-assemblyinfo" />
<target name="build" depends="generate-assemblyinfo common.compile-dll" />
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<include buildfile="${root.dir}/build-common/common-project.xml" />
<target name="init" depends="common.init">
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<target name="generate-assemblyinfo" depends="init common.generate-assemblyinfo" />
<target name="build" depends="generate-assemblyinfo common.compile-dll" />
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<target name="build" depends="init generate-assemblyinfo common.compile-tests" />
<target name="test" depends="build common.run-tests" />
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<target name="init" depends="common.init">
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<include name="System.dll" />
<include name="System.XML.dll" />
<include name="System.Data.dll" />
+ <include name="System.Web.dll" />
<include name="Iesi.Collections.dll" />
<include name="log4net.dll" />
<include name="HashCodeProvider.dll" if="${nant.settings.currentframework == 'net-1.1'}" />
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2 src/Nullables.NHibernate/Nullables.NHibernate.build
@@ -6,7 +6,7 @@
xmlns="http://nant.sf.net/release/0.85-rc3/nant.xsd"
>
- <property name="root.dir" value="..\.." />
+ <property name="root.dir" value="../.." />
<include buildfile="${root.dir}/build-common/common-project.xml" />
<target name="init" depends="common.init">
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4 src/Nullables.Tests/NullableCharFixture.cs
@@ -88,7 +88,7 @@ public void BasicParseTest()
Assert.IsFalse(NullableChar.Parse("").HasValue);
Assert.IsFalse(NullableChar.Parse(" ").HasValue);
Assert.IsTrue(ParseToStringValue('A'));
- Assert.IsTrue(ParseToStringValue('Ç'));
+ Assert.IsTrue(ParseToStringValue('\xC7'));
}
[Test, ExpectedException(typeof(FormatException))]
@@ -99,4 +99,4 @@ public void InvalidParseValueTest()
#endregion
}
-}
+}
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2 src/Nullables.Tests/Nullables.Tests.build
@@ -6,7 +6,7 @@
xmlns="http://nant.sf.net/release/0.85-rc3/nant.xsd"
>
- <property name="root.dir" value="..\.." />
+ <property name="root.dir" value="../.." />
<include buildfile="${root.dir}/build-common/common-project.xml" />
<target name="init" depends="common.init">
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2 src/Nullables/Nullables.build
@@ -6,7 +6,7 @@
xmlns="http://nant.sf.net/release/0.85-rc3/nant.xsd"
>
- <property name="root.dir" value="..\.." />
+ <property name="root.dir" value="../.." />
<include buildfile="${root.dir}/build-common/common-project.xml" />
<target name="init" depends="common.init">

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