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re-mix has been published on CodePlex

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re-mix (formerly known as re-motion mixins) has been published to CodePlex. The link is http://remix.codeplex.com

Similar to re-linq, the source code repository will still be part of the re-motion project. The source code and binaries of a “mixin release” will be published to CodePlex.

The re-mix page on CodePlex will also contain additional documentation to Mixins.

Written by re-motion Team

April 19th, 2011 at 12:49 pm

Posted in mixins

re-linq Namespace Change

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Today’s blog-post is about the recent namespace change in re-linq.

About a month ago, we restructured re-motion’s folders and namespaces to make re-linq a top-level project within re-motion. This move had been a long time coming but the time was never right until now. It is also the first step towards pushing the re-linq source code into the CodePlex repository entirely. This second move will happen some time in the future.

What does this mean for re-linq’s…

  • …users?
    New namespaces and assemblies (Remotion.Linq instead of Remotion.Data.Linq). This is going to be the last foreseeable change in the namespace and assembly structure that will affect re-linq’s frontend (Remotion.Linq.dll).
  • …developers?
    The source code is now better isolated from the rest of re-motion, making it easier to work with.

We also dropped the continuous upload to our own build share, only pushing the builds to CodePlex (http://relinq.codeplex.com/) instead.

Michael

Written by Michael Ketting

April 11th, 2011 at 12:48 pm

Posted in LINQ,re-linq