I was working with a customer’s code base recently and I noticed a separate Unit test project was referencing an internal class in a different assembly. Initially, I expected a code smell and perhaps some kind of wrapper that was exposing an internal class some how. After doing a bit of digging and examining dependencies further with Resharper I drew a blank. How was this possible?
Change config file
Depending on your Git setup (mines Git for Windows). You’ll need to locate your .gitconfig file (mine’s %userpath%/.gitconfig and make the necessary changes below.
Note that the “prompt = false” stops the Y/N prompt for each difftool file compare in the set. Can also be added as git config –global –add difftool.prompt false
As part of a project myself and a colleague were about to commence work on he’d created a docker image of a lightweight Linux image serving SFTP endpoints to replicate the Dev eco system. It was working like a dream. We were setting up and tearing down the containers happily until we checked out the docker files on my machine and that’s where the fun started…..