View Revisions: Issue #352

Summary 0000352: Integrate BiQubic.Framework
Revision 2019-05-05 14:41 by BootBlock
Description

All of the BiQubic.Suite.* projects have been integrated into a single BiQubic.Framework assembly project; this eliminates the reference hell from before and allows the building of 64-BIT distributes to be much easier. It does remove the modular aspect, but at this point, they tended to reference each other anyway.

As well as integration, a huge amount of fixes and changes are being made to the Framework; the Microsoft Code Analysis, er, analysers, are being continually run on the project to remove code smells / improve performance.

This is a huge undertaking as the BiQubic.Suite.* suite represents almost two decades' worth of work.

Revision 2019-05-05 14:41 by BootBlock
Description

All of the BiQubic.Suite.* projects have been integrated into a single BiQubic.Framework assembly project; this eliminates the reference hell from before and allows the building of 64-BIT distributes to be much easier. It does remove the modular aspect, but at this point, they tended to reference each other anyway.

As well as integration, a huge amount of fixes and changes are being made to the Framework; the Microsoft Code Analysis, er, analysers, are being continually run on the project to remove code smell / improve performance.

This is a huge undertaking as the **BiQubic.Suite.*** suite represents almost two decades' worth of work.

Revision 2019-04-20 23:49 by BootBlock
Description

All of the **BiQubic.Suite.* projects have been integrated into a single BiQubic.Framework** assembly project; this eliminates the reference hell from before and allows the building of 64-BIT distributes to be much easier. It does remove the modular aspect, but at this point, they tended to reference each other anyway.

As well as integration, a huge amount of fixes and changes are being made to the Framework; the Microsoft Code Analysis, er, analysers, are being continually run on the project to remove code smell / improve performance.

This is a huge undertaking as the **BiQubic.Suite.*** suite represents almost two decades' worth of work.

Revision 2019-04-19 07:52 by BootBlock
Description

All of the BiQubic.Suite.* projects have been integrated into a single BiQubic.Framework assembly project; this eliminates the reference hell from before and allows the building of 64-BIT distributes to be much easier. It does remove the modular aspect, but at this point, they tended to reference each other anyway.

As well as integration, a huge amount of fixes and changes are being made to the Framework; the Microsoft Code Analysis, er, analysers, are being continually run on the project to remove code smell / improve performance.

This is a huge undertaking as the BiQubic.Suite.* suite represents almost two decades' worth of work.

Revision 2019-04-16 08:08 by BootBlock
Description

All of the **BiQubic.Suite.* projects have been integrated into a single BiQubic.Framework** assembly project; this eliminates the reference hell from before and allows the building of 64-BIT distributes to be much easier. It does remove the modular aspect, but at this point, they tended to reference each other anyway.

As well as integration, a huge amount of fixes and changes are being made to the Framework; the Microsoft Code Analysis, er, analysers, are being continually run on the project to remove code smell / improve performance.

This is a huge undertaking as the **BiQubic.Suite.*** suite represents almost two decades' worth of work.

Revision 2019-04-16 08:07 by BootBlock
Description

All of the BiQubic.Suite.* projects have been integrated into a single BiQubic.Framework assembly project; this eliminates the reference hell from before and allows the building of 64-BIT distributes to be much easier. It does remove the modular aspect, but at this point, they tended to reference each other anyway.

As well as integration, a huge amount of fixes and changes are being made to the Framework; the Microsoft Code Analysis, er, analysers, are being continually run on the project to remove code smell / improve performance.

This is a huge undertaking as the BiQubic.Suite.* represents almost two decades' worth of work.

Revision 2019-04-16 08:07 by BootBlock
Description

All of the BiQubic.Suite. projects have been integrated into a single BiQubic.Framework assembly project; this eliminates the reference hell from before and allows the building of 64-BIT distributes to be much easier. It does remove the modular aspect, but at this point, they tended to reference each other anyway.

As well as integration, a huge amount of fixes and changes are being made to the Framework; the Microsoft Code Analysis, er, analysers, are being continually run on the project to remove code smell / improve performance.

This is a huge undertaking as the **BiQubic.Suite.*** represents almost two decades' worth of work.