LLBLGen Pro Runtime Libraries and ORM Profiler interceptors are now available on nuget

Posted by: Frans Boumas blog, on 10 Feb 2015 | View original | Bookmarked: 0 time(s)

I caved. For years Ive denied requests from customers to publish the LLBLGen Pro runtime framework assemblies on nuget, for the reason that if we had to introduce an emergency fix in the runtimes which also required template changes, people with dependencies on the nuget packages would have a problem. While this might be true in theory, in practice its so uncommon that this will happen, it more and more turned into an excuse. Add to that that customers started publishing the runtimes themselves...

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