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# Posted on: 14-Jun-2007 00:00:55.  
I did not see Frans around but LLBLGen is...

Caesar Group was showing a presentation in their promotional stand and Scott Guthrie mentioned LLBLGen a couple of times. LinqToLLBLGen is an option in VS 2008.

 
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# Posted on: 14-Jun-2007 02:40:07.  
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LinqToLLBLGen is an option in VS 2008


Could you elaborate on this? Are you saying that VS 2008 will have native support for LINQ to llblgen, as in out of the box? As in, Microsoft has decided its users should use llblgen since EntityFramework is delayed? If Frans could comment on this, if true that is great news for LL!


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# Posted on: 14-Jun-2007 09:44:23.  
Kris wrote:
I did not see Frans around but LLBLGen is...

Caesar Group was showing a presentation in their promotional stand and Scott Guthrie mentioned LLBLGen a couple of times. LinqToLLBLGen is an option in VS 2008.

I was at devdays yesterday at the MS community stand Regular Smiley. Today I'm not at the devdays, because I'mworking on the beta release Regular Smiley

Linq to llblgen is planned for fall 2007, so definitely there for vs.net 2008 Regular Smiley

MS doesn't work on this, we will write that layer. Every o/r mapper vendor who wants to exist in 2008 will have to write a linq support layer, so we will do that too Regular Smiley. Scott mentioned us a couple of times, because he's a geek, a heck of a nice guy and likes cool stuff Regular Smiley
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# Posted on: 14-Jun-2007 11:11:44.  
Kris wrote:
I did not see Frans around but LLBLGen is...

Caesar Group was showing a presentation in their promotional stand

Too bad I didn't know about this! Sad I definitely would have come by yesterday to have a look! Thanks for showing our work btw! Regular Smiley


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# Posted on: 14-Jun-2007 19:42:05.  
Otis wrote:
Kris wrote:
I did not see Frans around but LLBLGen is...

Caesar Group was showing a presentation in their promotional stand

Too bad I didn't know about this! Sad I definitely would have come by yesterday to have a look! Thanks for showing our work btw! Regular Smiley


I am not related to Caesor Group, just saw the animated (flash) presentation of LLBLGen on a large LCD...

Thought I saw Frans outside smoking, but I was not sure... sometimes it is hard recognizing a guru from a picture. Laugh

Scott indeed mentioned multiple Linq to's will be delivered so everyone can use there own OR Mapper in VS 2008.

There suppose to be a site where we can download those, only he did not mention the url.

 
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# Posted on: 14-Jun-2007 20:24:44.  
Kris wrote:
Otis wrote:
Kris wrote:
I did not see Frans around but LLBLGen is...

Caesar Group was showing a presentation in their promotional stand

Too bad I didn't know about this! Sad I definitely would have come by yesterday to have a look! Thanks for showing our work btw! Regular Smiley


I am not related to Caesor Group, just saw the animated (flash) presentation of LLBLGen on a large LCD...

Thought I saw Frans outside smoking, but I was not sure... sometimes it is hard recognizing a guru from a picture. Laugh

haha Regular Smiley Well, that wasn't me then, I don't smoke Regular Smiley

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Scott indeed mentioned multiple Linq to's will be delivered so everyone can use there own OR Mapper in VS 2008.

There suppose to be a site where we can download those, only he did not mention the url.

I don't know of such a site, I think every o/r mapper has to take care of that themselves, from MS there's no real support for adding linq support, there's no example source code for example


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# Posted on: 15-Jun-2007 12:37:05.  
Been googling, probably he meant: http://oakleafblog.blogspot.com/2007/03/third-party-linq-providers.html

I see the providers he mentioned.

 
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