A couple of days ago I released AutoFixture .8.4. It contains a few small feature additions and a bug fix. You can get it at the AutoFixture CodePlex site as usual.

You may have noticed that I'm frequently releasing incremental versions these days. This is because we have begun using AutoFixture for writing production software at Safewhere. So far, it has been a pleasure to use AutoFixture in my daily work, and watch colleagues pick it up and run with it.

Such intensive usage obviously uncovers missing features as well as a few bugs, which is the driving force behind the frequent releases. I've been happy to observe that so far, there have been only a few bugs, and the general API is very expressive and useful.

After we ship the first product written with AutoFixture, I plan to upgrade it to version .9 (beta). That should hopefully happen in the autumn of 2009.



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