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data/cldr Add Windows time zone mappings from CLDR 35.1 Apr 19, 2019
lib/commandline Fix nullability issues Sep 18, 2019
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NodaTime Release Public Key.snk Added a "Signed Release" configuration with strong naming. Oct 23, 2012
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Noda Time is an alternative date and time API for .NET. It helps you to think about your data more clearly, and express operations on that data more precisely.

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