Entity Framework Extended Library
A library the extends the functionality of Entity Framework.
- Batch Update and Delete
- Future Queries
- Audit Log
The SvnBackup command line tool is used to create backup copies of your subversion repositories. The source code is the life blood of your application. Keeping the source repository backed up is major part in keeping your team going in case something goes wrong with your repository.
- Backup repository using hotcopy command
- Backup folder management
- Support repository parent directory
- Keep x number of backups
- Compress backups
Over the weekend I setup Graffiti CMS for my website. Creating a theme was very easy. One of the easiest theme engines. It had been a very long time since I’ve made any updates to LoreSoft.com. Hopefully the new site will make it easier to get content added.
I wanted to be able to cache the results of a query from the LinqDataSource that was used in multiple places on the page. I whipped up this little class to do the work of caching for me. The class, LinqCacheDataSource, handles the Selecting and Selected events. The Selected handler inserts the result of the query into cache. The Selecting handler gets the result from the cache. If it doesn't find the result, the query runs as normal. The caching will only work for selecting data. It works great for dropdowns and other fairly static data.
PLINQO, which stands for Professional LINQ to Objects, is a collection of CodeSmith templates that are meant to replace and extend the LINQ to SQL designers that are included with Visual Studio 2008. Features Generate or update a LINQ to SQL dbml file from a database schema. Includes all tables, stored procedures, functions, and views with the ability to exclude objects based on regex patterns. Ability to automatically remove object prefix and suffixes (ie. tbl_ and usp_). Dbml file can still be customized with the normal Visual Studio 2008 designer. Dbml file can be refreshed based on the current...
The following query extension will make paging a query more natural then skip and take. Simply append Paginate(page, pageSize) to your query.
I'd like to announce the release of a little project I've been working on. I call it Calculator.NET. I started this project for a couple reasons. First, I was annoyed that Windows Vista doesn't come with a better calculator. Windows XP has Power Calculator, but that doesn't work on Vista. Next, I was reading a blog about DynCalc by Bart De Smet on how to do mathematical calculations. That gave me the starting point on how to create Calculator.NET. As part of the project, I created a MathExpressions library that does the bulk of work. The library supports math expressions, functions unit conversion...
CodeSmith 4.0 Beta 2 has been released and is now available to the public. Here are just a few the new capabilities in CodeSmith 4.0: CodeSmith Projects (.csp) - This feature makes automating your code generation process really easy and consistent whether you are working from inside of Visual Studio 2005, MSBuild, Windows Explorer, a command line / batch file, or CodeSmith itself. ActiveSnippets - Imagine Visual Studio 2005 snippets, but with the full power of CodeSmith available to execute any logic or access any complex metadata (including database schema and xml data) to control the output of...
For some reason, the generic Dictionary in .net 2.0 is not XML serializable. The following code snippet is a xml serializable generic dictionary. The dictionary is serialzable by implementing the IXmlSerializable interface.