WOWSharp 1.1

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Change Set: 18367
Released: Mar 26, 1992
Updated: Sep 22, 2012 by Grendizer
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Release Notes

WOWSharp 1.1 Preview

IMPORTANT

  • This new version of WOWSharp has MANY breaking changes and is NOT compatible with and can NOT simply replace the older versions.

1.1

  • Some bug fixes with serialization.

1.0

  • Migrated the project to Visual Studio 2012 as a Portable Class Library Project. This means that only one library is needed to support .NET 4, Silverlight 4 and 5 and Windows Mobile 7 and 7.5.
  • The library no longer supports .NET 3.5 (minimum required is 4.0 now). If you want .NET 3.5 you will need to download the source code and compile. Most of the code should work with very few exceptions.
  • All the classes related to World of WarCraft were moved to new Wow Namespace. The ApiClient class is now the base abstract class for WowClient class which has all the methods related to World Of Warcraft. This is to prepare for future support for Diablo 3 API.
  • Emblem Drawing feature were removed from the library since they don't fit in the portable class library. I plan to add it in another library.
  • Fixed an issue with the deserialization of itemSet attribute of the item (the exception was caused by an undocumented change by Blizzard which changed the itemSet from a string to an object)
  • Added the Item Set API
  • Added the rated battleground ladded API
  • Added the new fields for Achievements (criteria, accountWide, etc) which came with the API Mists of Pandaria update.
  • Support for character model changes in Mists of Pandaria (new talents, resilience changes, new class, new races, etc)
  • Added the battlegroups data resource API
  • Fixed several spelling mistakes in property names.
  • Updated the ItemCategory API to support subcategories
  • Changed the way collections are serialized. All properties that previously returned arrays now return IList<T> instead with only public getters.

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