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Updating for v1.4.1 release.

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-unreleased changes
+1.4.1 (June 2012)
* [FIX] Fix matching Nullable<T> arguments when arg value is null. Thanks to Magnus Olstad Hansen (@maggedotno) for this contribution. (#78)
+* [UPDATE] Updated to Castle.Core 3.0.0.
1.4.0 (May 2012)
* [NEW] [BREAKING] Auto-substitute for types returned from substitutes of delegates/Funcs (follows same auto-substitute rules as for methods and properties). Thanks to Sauli T�hk�p�� for implementing this feature. (#52)
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<div id="downloads" class="sidebar download">
<ul>
<li class="nsubstitute" style="font-weight: bold; font-size: 130%">
- <a href="http://github.com/downloads/nsubstitute/NSubstitute/NSubstitute-1.4.0.0.zip">Download</a>
+ <a href="http://github.com/downloads/nsubstitute/NSubstitute/NSubstitute-1.4.1.0.zip">Download</a>
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<li class="nuget">
<a href="http://nuget.org/List/Packages/NSubstitute">Install via NuGet:</a> <code>Install-Package NSubstitute</code>
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<div id="why-use-it">
- <h3>Another framework?</h3>
- <p>There are already some great mocking frameworks around for .NET, so why create another? We found that for all their great features, none of the existing frameworks had the succinct syntax we were craving &mdash; the code required to configure test doubles quickly obscured the intention behind our tests.</p>
+ <h3>Another library?</h3>
+ <p>There are already some great mocking libraries around for .NET, so why create another? We found that for all their great features, none of the existing libraries had the succinct syntax we were craving &mdash; the code required to configure test doubles quickly obscured the intention behind our tests.</p>
<p>We've attempted to make the most frequently required operations obvious and easy to use, keeping less usual scenarios discoverable and accessible, and all the while maintaining as much natural language as possible.</p>

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