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Rxx 1.0 Released RRS feed

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  • Hey everyone,

    James Miles and I have just released the first version of our Rx extensions library, aptly named Rxx.

    http://rxx.codeplex.com

    There are two available downloads for Rxx 1.0.  One of them targets the latest version of Rx (1.1.10425 experimental) and the other targets the previous version, Rx 1.0.2856.0.

    Any feedback welcomed.  If you have ideas or would like to contribute, please read this.

    - Dave


    http://davesexton.com/blog



    • Edited by Dave Sexton Thursday, June 2, 2011 9:04 PM Latest release actually depends on 1.1.10425, not 1.0.10425 as previously thought
    Monday, May 2, 2011 2:54 AM

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  • Great stuff guys!  Thanks for the contribution. :D

     

    Tuesday, May 3, 2011 12:15 AM
  • Rxx 1.0 is now available on NuGet:

    http://nuget.org/List/Packages/Rxx

    Note that NuGet doesn't currently support Code Contracts assemblies, so it's included as an assembly reference by default when you install Rxx from within Visual Studio.  You must manually delete the assembly reference to Rxx.Contracts.dll in your project.

    Also, the version number is higher than the version on CodePlex, but they were built from identical code bases.  Currently, the only supported version of Rx is 1.0.2856.0 (the previous version).


    http://davesexton.com/blog
    Wednesday, May 4, 2011 5:17 AM
  • Hi everyone,

    The Rxx 1.0 release is now compatible with the latest stable version of Rx (1.0.10425) and it's available for download on CodePlex.

    The previous release of Rxx 1.0 is still available as well, and it will continue to be for as long as the previous version of Rx (1.0.2856.0) is available for download.

    Important update for NuGet:

    I've also updated the NuGet package to use the latest release of Rxx 1.0.  As a side-effect, upgrading to this release in NuGet will also change your project's dependency on Rx to the latest version.  This new release of Rxx 1.0 does not provide any new features, so unless you're ready to update your project's dependency on Rx you should not accept the update for the latest NuGet package.

    - Dave


    http://davesexton.com/blog
    Thursday, May 5, 2011 8:27 AM