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What you have been waiting for. Perform a deep compare of any two .NET objects using reflection. Shows the differences between the two objects.
An extensible deep comparison library for .NET
Framework provides mechanism to compare classes, allows override comparison rules for specific properties and types.
Finds the differences between two xml files.
Simple Object Comparer that generates a Diff between objects and is able to Patch one object to transforms into the other.
Uses Newtonsoft Json.Net for Diff and Patch.
Note: this nuget package contains C# source code and depends on .Net 4.0.
NUnit comparing assertions
A tool to allow users to compare different security roles for the individual privileges
Library to compare two entity object graphs detecting changes
2,048 total downloads
DeepCompare is a small library for comparing object and their nested properties with no limitation for the type of the class (you can use normal typed objects, untyped object and dynamics) and the level of the properties and fields which will iterated down. It makes no differences between fields and...
15,276 total downloads
Forked package of Compare .NET Objects (https://comparenetobjects.codeplex.com/) with some fixes
Add deep object comparison to your NUnit assertions.
Simply use Is.DeepEqualTo in place of Is.EqualTo.
deltaq is a .NET Core class library for fast delta encoding in .NET
Supports creating and applying patches in BSDIFF format
Deep compares 2 objects or jtokens/jarrays/jobjects and returns the the result of the comparrison per element/property. allowing for reporting of difference between all kinds of objects.
Comparer for arbitrary object graphs
VisioForge Video Fingerprinting SDK package. Samples - https://github.com/visioforge/video-fingerprinting .
Calculate a diff between any two lists and optionally merge them to aid in synchronizing data.
A library to help with .NET API development and and NuGet diff-ing.
Provides dynamic datatype conversion functions and a high performing alternative to the `object`type when dealing with data types that are unknown at compile time.