Top 20 NuGet fix Packages
Enable Package Restore - If you're like me and you enabled package restore and found it was broken on any given build server, you need to install this to fix package restore to the way it should work.
Allows to use CodeDOM Providers for .NET Compiler Platform in non-ASP.NET projects
When you call stored procedure with select and output parameters and you don't select on some conditions (for example, you're just returning an error code) — you get a mapping EntityCommandExecutionException. This package fixes this annoying behavior of EF by returning empty data set and letting you...
QuickFIX/n is a .NET port of QuickFIX, an open source C++ FIX engine. We love QuickFIX. We have been contributors nearly since its conception and use it heavily in our products and consulting. The goal of QuickFIX/n is to create an open source FIX engine that feels native to C#. The (C++) QuickFIX...
Provides a re-factoring and re-imagining of the Code Fixes elements deployed in the default Analysis and Code Fixes project template. This particular assembly focuses on Code Fixes only as part of that re-factoring effort.
A superb FIX message parser library. It is designed to deserialize FIX messages efficiently, with minimum number of allocations with high performance.
Provides the build time generators that respond to the [FlagsEnumeration] partial class attribute.
Provides the [FlagsEnumeration] attribute for use when signaling when bitwise operators and so forth are to be auto generated at build time.
Contains a set of useful analyzers for C#. Requires at least VS2017. For a list of all the analyzers see http://roslyn-analyzers.readthedocs.io/en/latest/analyzers-in-the-repo.html.
Provides the analyzers necessary to ensure that Enumeration derivations with [FlagsEnumeration] decoration are declared partial.
This library provides a fix for the IDisposable memory leak in the Managed Extensibility Framework (MEF).
This library (strong name signed) provides a fix for the IDisposable memory leak in the Managed Extensibility Framework (MEF).