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@jamessnape

Taking on dependencies with Deeply

Generally I try hard to avoid adding dependencies to a library project designed for reuse. Since Deeply is a Nuget package I have no idea how it might end up being used and for that reason I’m unwilling to add dependencies that might not fit with a user’s design. As a user of Deeply however, I’m finding that I have to add the same patterns repeatedly and would rather just use a pre-existing package.

How to reconcile these opposing arguments? I’ve decided to add a new package to Nuget - Deeply.Extras. This assembly is free to on take whatever dependencies make sense. Initially this is going to be Autofac for its CommonServiceLocator implementation and CsvHelper to provide a CsvBulkRepository.

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