Finally, SlideMeister is released on GitHub:
Until further notification, the application is released under GPL v3 licence, which means that you have to open up your source code to whomever you provide a compiled version of the application or a derivative.
Just as a small training for implementing specifications, I implemented the Base64 part of the RFC 4648 completely.
By importing the complete PDF into Microsoft Word and marking requirement-relevant information with background color, I created a unit tests for the necessary chapters.
Each unit test is green and code coverage for unit tests is about 100%.
Why did I create such a library, even though Base64 is directly supported by .Net Standard 1.0 and therefore each .Net implementation like .Net Framework or .Net Core?
As mentioned: I wanted to implement the RFC as strict as possible, which is not given by the .Net Framework (some exception handling deviates) and in addition it was given as a training how to implement RFC requirement documents and somehow get a tracing between the specification and implementation. More work will follow!
And… because I can!
The complete source code is available at GitHub: