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# Posted on: 01-Oct-2003 19:06:51.  
Well, its 3am here at the moment, and I better get some sleep. (work in the morning) Stayed up late converting an existing app I half finished before.

I must say I am very impressed in the amount of code this tool is saving me, I am writing a ton less code, not only writing data type code, but it has definately improved my BLL, and my code behinds have barely any bloat at all now, Laugh
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# Posted on: 01-Oct-2003 19:15:01.  
Laugh Great feedback Scott! Regular Smiley

I hope to release tomorrow a new task performer which creates vs.net project files, so you have even less stuff to do Laugh.

What I had at first was to instantiate entity objects in the code behinds, because it was just 1 line of code, so why delegate it down to a BL class... I think that's the disadvantage of having powerful code at hand Regular Smiley


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# Posted on: 03-Oct-2003 04:35:41.  
Otis wrote:
Laugh Great feedback Scott! Regular Smiley

I hope to release tomorrow a new task performer which creates vs.net project files, so you have even less stuff to do Laugh.


That would be awesome! Although it's not much work to do it myself. However, it is definitely easier to have the project created before the code is generated, so that you can simply do an "include in project" and be done with it! Regular Smiley

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# Posted on: 03-Oct-2003 10:44:35.  
Expect it today (october 3). I have to alter some documentation pages and create new installers with the goods (although you can also download new template and new taskperformer zips). Regular Smiley

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# Posted on: 03-Oct-2003 15:36:05.  
The new task performers and templates are now available. You do not need to download the complete installer, just the 2 zips will do.

The new task performer (and config files) plus the new templates (you need both) will now generate vs.net project files.
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# Posted on: 04-Oct-2003 15:10:24.  
Otis wrote:
The new task performers and templates are now available. You do not need to download the complete installer, just the 2 zips will do.

The new task performer (and config files) plus the new templates (you need both) will now generate vs.net project files.


Awesome! Thanks Frans! Cool


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