v0.1.1.2 - Sept 12, 2011 - Added x86 version of Giles to support testing of x86 target applications. A giles-x86.ps1 script has also been included to launch the x86 Giles instead of the AnyCPU version - Added Giles version output to help window and to the console window title v0.1.1.1 - Sept 2, 2011 - Added giles.ps1 & init script. Now instead of having to run Giles manually from the nuget package, you just need to run giles.ps1 from the root of the solution. Giles will find the correct .sln files and start watching straight away. - Added MIT license v0.1.1.0 - Sept 1, 2011 - Fixed Machine.Specification versioning issue where the test project needed to have the same version of mspec that Giles was using. Giles no longer has a dependancy on Machine.Specifications.dll, so we're version independent now! v0.1.0.2 - Aug 29, 2011 - Introduced Giles own runners instead of relying on console runners for each test framework - The only command line option required now is the solution file to watch, the test assembly is determined automatically. If Giles gets the test assembly incorrect, then you can specify the test assembly location with the -t parameter
Most importantly with v0.1.1.0, through the magic of anonymous types and dynamics in .NET 4, Giles no longer cares which version of Machine.Specifications (mspec) you are running. Check it out!
Also in the latest version, v0.1.1.2, Giles now ships with a good ol’ x86 version for your thunking pleasure.
Please post issues to the issue tracker on github.