LINQ to XSD Preview Alpha 0.2 to go with Orcas Beta 1


Around Memorial Day we released a new preview release for LINQ to XSD. The download has been picked up meanwhile by blogs and search engines. I am planning to blog about X/O mapping (“Typed XML programming”) and the project somewhat more in depth shortly, but I wanted to quickly complement the download with this info:


·         Here is the download.


·         Requires Orcas Beta 1.


·         Functionality-wise identical with Alpha 0.1.


·         Some new samples related to “Data Contract” and the papers at XML 2006.


You should also check out the very much revised “Revealing the X/O impedance mismatch”. BTW, we added a new subtitle: “Changing lead into gold”.


Getting back to you very soon.


Ralf Lämmel


 


Comments (10)

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    What is the final release story for LINQ to XSD?  Included with .NET Framework 3.5?  Seperate download?  

    How real is the technology for projects today?  If I am starting a project which I expect to release in Q1 2008, and I’m working with VS2008, can I count on LINQ to XSD to be there as well?

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