This section of the site is for quick notes, usually to quickly capture the details of something I have found useful at work.
The original motivation was to experiment with what the Government Digital Service call Make things Open: it makes things better.
The main benefit to me of splitting this from the main blog area is that it helps kill writer’s block :-)
Today was rebuilding a solution that had been updated to xunit2, and kept getting random test failures, usually with some kind of conflict with Rhino Mocks. The fix seemed to be to turn off the parallel testing. A little googling turned up this which suggests Rhino Mocks does indeed have a problem in a multi-threaded test environment
If you need to use ILMerge, you must use an unencrypted strong name key for your assembly
If you change the strong name key for your assembly, CRM thinks it’s a whole new assembly, so it might pay to create new ones explicitly
If you are now including the generated CRM early-bound classes through ILMerge instead of as a source include, remember to add [assembly: Microsoft.Xrm.Sdk.Client.ProxyTypesAssemblyAttribute()] to all deployed assemblies
Fargo is an outliner in the cloud
Uses Dropbox for data persistence
You can publish a document as a web site via smallpict.com
I’m using FeedPress to insert the RSS feed of the published site as custom post types in my WordPress site
Have set up through workflow that publishes on my site
TODO investigate Fargo Publisher – does this potentially let me run the toolchain independently of the (generously, free) service at Small Picture?