C# .NET Convert object to dynamic

 

GIT – How to ignore local changed file

If you have a config file or something similar you change on your local computer but dont want it to get marked as “modified”.

Use this command:

If remote repo gets an update on that file you will get notified about this on a pull.

From stackoverflow:
skip-worktree is useful when you instruct git not to touch a specific file ever. That is useful for an already tracked config file.
Upstream main repository hosts some production-ready config but you would like to change some settings in the config to be able to do some local testing. And you don’t want to accidentally check the changes in such file to affect the production config. In that case skip-worktree makes perfect scene.

If you have skip-worktree on a file and the upstream changes, you get “please commit or stash” when you try to pull

More info here:
http://stackoverflow.com/questions/13630849/git-difference-between-assume-unchanged-and-skip-worktree/13631525

 

Visual Studio – Trigger a xUnit test run after project build event

To trigger a xUnit test run after a successful build,
add this to the project “Build Events” / “Post-build event command line:”

(You need xUnit runner console nuget package installed for this, above is for the 2.2.0 version).
Will produce something similar to this in the Output window “Build”:

Docs:
https://xunit.github.io/docs/getting-started-desktop.html#run-tests

Awesome .NET LibHunt – search .NET libraries and nuget packages with comparision

Your go-to .NET Toolbox. A collection of Awesome .NET libraries, tools & frameworks. 549 projects organized into 93 categories.

Great tool for searching an comparing .NET libraries and nuget packages.
Can for example compare 2 libraries to each other:
https://dotnet.libhunt.com/project/fluentassertions/vs/shouldly?rel=cmp-lib

Source: Awesome .NET