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Add Container.IsVerifying property

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An IsVerifying property should be added to the container to make it easier to do certain registrations for types that can't be verified during application startup or inside an integration test.

There is already an AdvancedExtensions.IsVerifying(Container) method that does this, but it has the following limitations:
  • It always sets a lock, which can cause congestions in highly concurrent applications.
  • It always returns true when verification is in process, even when it is happening on a different thread, while other threads are resolving instances.
Closed Apr 10, 2015 at 2:54 PM by dot_NET_Junkie

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dot_NET_Junkie wrote Mar 9, 2015 at 8:04 PM

Fixed in changeset 018814282afa37204b32ed41ff915d880bae3b57