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INJenuity

INJenuity is a framework written in and for Csharp assemblies with the purpose of solving dependency injection, object creation / lifetime management, and writing tedious boiler-plate code. The software engineer and the framework work together by attribute declaration, programmatically-defined configurations, and smart assembly scanning. Through each of these techniques, INJenuity will create code at runtime and inject the created code to the engineer's running assembly.

http://nuget.org/packages/INJenuity/

http://tylerhoersch.com/injenuity

MockJockey

MockJockey is a framework written in and for Csharp assemblies with the purpose of allowing engineers to unit test their code in a precise, concise, and quick manner. Using mock objects in unit tests, allows your unit tests to be focused by side-stepping any irrelevancies of the test. Commonly thought as a necessity for doing test driven development, a mock framework will give your tests exactly what they need to be--small and fast! And that's what MockJockey provides us.

http://nuget.org/packages/MockJockey/

http://tylerhoersch.com/mockJockey


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comment Fedora 17: plugged in iphone, but nothing happens
comment #2 had the solution; I've updated my question to contain the details of the fix. Great find!
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comment Fedora 17: plugged in iphone, but nothing happens
Thanks for the suggestion! Unfortunately, i have gtkpod already installed :(
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comment Fedora 17: plugged in iphone, but nothing happens
seeing the result of my dmesg, it appear that it's "connected". Taking it a step further I how would I go about mounting it?
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comment Fedora 17: plugged in iphone, but nothing happens
@Tim Yes, sorry I didn't make it more clear.I'm a not as strong in *nix environment as I'd like to be--but I was used to plugging my phone in and having it mounted automatically.
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comment Fedora 17: plugged in iphone, but nothing happens
@Marco Semantics I guess, but I'm sure you were able to piece together that I meant I'm unable to mount the device and no error messages appeared in a manner I'm equipped to find.
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comment Fedora 17: plugged in iphone, but nothing happens
@Tim It appears so-- for brevity sake, I tried to omit what didn't look related.
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comment Fedora 17: plugged in iphone, but nothing happens
@Renan I felt this was a more appropriate forum. I did already go back a delete it though...
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