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Archive for April 23rd, 2020

Unit testing frameworks in C#: Comparing XUnit, NUnit and Visual Studio · Raygun Blog

Posted by jpluimers on 2020/04/23

Still an interesting read: [WayBack] Unit testing frameworks in C#: Comparing XUnit, NUnit and Visual Studio · Raygun Blog

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Reminder: try to get vscode-restructuredtext to fully work – reStructuredText Language Support in Visual Studio Code

Posted by jpluimers on 2020/04/23

I love Visual Studio Code, but my initial tries to get [WayBackGitHub – vscode-restructuredtext/vscode-restructuredtext: reStructuredText Language Support in Visual Studio Code to work partially failed: editing works, but I got a non-descriptive error during preview.

All prerequisites are installed, so I needed to pause that for a while.

I still want it, as out of the box, [WayBack] Markdown editing with Visual Studio Code: Markdown Preview  works fine, but for complicated documents I tend to use reStructuredText.

Initial steps were simple, as per [WayBack] reStructuredText – Visual Studio Marketplace and editing is awesome (thanks to [WayBack] GitHub – lextm/restructuredtext-antlr: ANTLR Grammar for reStructuredText).

–jeroen

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Posted in .NET, Development, Lightweight markup language, reStructuredText, Software Development, Visual Studio and tools, Visual Studio Code | Leave a Comment »

Bipartite matching algorithm in Delphi… John Kouraklis – Google+

Posted by jpluimers on 2020/04/23

In the thread is an actual implementation: [WayBack] I am looking for an implementation of Bipartite matching algorithm in Delphi or Pascal. Does anyone have a suggestion? Thanks – John Kouraklis – Google+

As I probably need it one day (:

–jeroen

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