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Very nice, although I admit I had to Google 'Funicular' - kinda bummed out that it's not that funny
I checked my old hometown back in Denmark and noticed some of the busses were driving through buildings on the map and even driving on the railroad tracks, but that could be a matter of calibration when you zoom in.
I cannot seem to find any aircrafts.
"When you don't know what you're doing it's best to do it quickly" - Jase #DuckDynasty
It's just a shame that it's absolutely useless -- I struggled to find a bus on the map, and finally found a 426 (I've no idea where it goes, but it was there), so I searched on 426, and was presented with a map of Taiwan.
I wanna be a eunuchs developer! Pass me a bread knife!
I am currently working on a Prism solution that has 14 projects. The problem is that I had to include the DLL for each project when I deployed the executable. This was a pain, so I decided to look for a method to embed the DLLs into the executable. Some research pointed me to a NuGet package called Costura.Fody.
When it works, it works great. You just run the command "Install-Package Costura.Fody -Pre" on the NuGet command prompt and you're set. When you build the solution, all required DLLs are integrated into the main executable and you only have one file to deploy. It works well with Visual Studio 2012 but can be finicky on Visual Studio 2017.
If the install fails on VS2017, as can happen, you can kiss the solution goodbye. I was unable to roll back the install and recover the solution / project. I was forced to recover it from a full backup. Make sure you have a full backup before trying Fody!
I am curious to know whether any of you have used this package with Visual Studio 2017, and what your experiences were?