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update lib. assembly/nuget info.

master 1.0.0.1
Craig Oates 4 years ago
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Console.Waterworks.Core/Console.Waterworks.Core.csproj

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<NeutralLanguage>English (United Kingdom)</NeutralLanguage>
<Copyright>Copyright © 2017 Craig Oates</Copyright>
<PackageLicenseUrl></PackageLicenseUrl>
<PackageProjectUrl>https://gitlab.com/craig.oates/Console.Waterworks.Core/raw/master/Documentation/GitHub_Assets/Sidebar-Logo.png</PackageProjectUrl>
<RepositoryUrl>https://gitlab.com/craig.oates/Console.Waterworks.Core/raw/master/Documentation/GitHub_Assets/Sidebar-Logo.png</RepositoryUrl>
<PackageProjectUrl>https://gitlab.com/craig.oates/Console.Waterworks.Core</PackageProjectUrl>
<RepositoryUrl>https://gitlab.com/craig.oates/Console.Waterworks.Core</RepositoryUrl>
<PackageTags>Console .Net Core Craig Oates Waterworks</PackageTags>
<Description>Console.Waterworks.Core is the .Net Core version of Console.Waterworks. Both projects are Nuget packages. And, their main purpose is to help you write extendable command-based console programs. If you want to write a console program using the full .Net Framework, use Console.Waterworks.</Description>
<PackageIconUrl>https://gitlab.com/craig.oates/Console.Waterworks.Core/raw/master/Documentation/GitHub_Assets/Sidebar-Logo.png</PackageIconUrl>
<PackageRequireLicenseAcceptance>false</PackageRequireLicenseAcceptance>
<GeneratePackageOnBuild>true</GeneratePackageOnBuild>
<AssemblyVersion>1.0.0.0</AssemblyVersion>
<FileVersion>1.0.0.0</FileVersion>
<Version>1.0.0</Version>
<PackageReleaseNotes>The 1.0 release of Console.Waterwork.Core.</PackageReleaseNotes>
<AssemblyVersion>1.0.0.1</AssemblyVersion>
<FileVersion>1.0.0.1</FileVersion>
<Version>1.0.0.1</Version>
<PackageReleaseNotes>Update package information.</PackageReleaseNotes>
<ApplicationIcon>Console.Waterworks.Core-Logo.ico</ApplicationIcon>
<Authors>Craig Oates</Authors>
</PropertyGroup>

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