Any chance this will lead to Mercurial integration? It would seem easy to do given the similarities with git.
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I was about to make the same comment as
Nice! Now, if you could convince the C#/CLR guys to add this to the next release, so that the DLL generation was unnecessary...
In other words, I would like it if you could change the syntax of that added line of code to something like:
override get DateTime.Now = () => new DateTime(2000, 1, 1);
Do you (or anyone) know if there is work on a custom ExportProvider for CommonServiceLocator containers? I've found this: http://commonservicelocator.codeplex.com/Wiki/View.aspx?title=MEF%20Adapter. But it looks to only expose MEF's container as a CSL.
I may have missed something at some point, but when did the ability to hook into another IoC container get added? This has been a hot topic for MEF, and I didn't see anything about it in the release notes.
Regardless, does this mean that I can use (for instance) Windsor as the back-end container for MEF, and it would give Windsor the ability to discover plugins and compose based on the Import and Export attributes in MEF? If so, this is great news! We had just decided to drop MEF in favor of rolling our own plugin discovery with Windsor... maybe we don't have to anymore.
The one thing Microsoft doesn't quite seem to get: simplicity.
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