Rapid generation of test objects in .NET

Nbuilder - A rapid test object generator. NBuilder.Trunk: NBuilder.CI: NBuilder.Publish Through a fluent, extensible interface, NBuilder allows you to rapidly create test data, automatically assigning values to properties a

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