Deriving from a fluent class

Posted by: More Whidbey stuff, on 12 Sep 2014 | View original | Bookmarked: 0 time(s)

Heres an interesting one, and maybe you can help me make my design less crappy. I have this library that Im a little proud of, called FluentPath. Its a fluent wrapper around System.IO that enables you to manipulate files not unlike how jQuery manipulates the DOM, with operations over sets, and lots of functional concepts: Path.Get(args.Length != 0 ? args[0] : ".") .Files( p => new[] { ".avi", ".m4v", ".wmv", ".mp4", ".dvr-ms", ".mpg", ".mkv" }.Contains(p.Extension))...

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