[Mono-list] Using a mysql Set column with sqlmetal
brajkovic at coderinserepeat.com
Mon May 14 15:39:09 UTC 2012
NHibernate works exceedingly well on Mono—I've been using it for years, since before version 2.0 of NHibernate. I've currently got both 2.x and 3.x apps in production, and even Fluent NHibernate and LINQ to NHibernate work flawlessly.
Hope that helps,
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On Monday, May 14, 2012 at 11:33 AM, Adam Tauno Williams wrote:
> On Tue, 2012-05-08 at 14:05 -0400, Abe Gillespie wrote:
> > All I can say is "GOOD LUCK!" DbLinq has long atrophied and after
> > spending many many hours trying to wrangle it myself, I ended just
> > buying Devart. Trust me, it pays for itself over the hours (and hours
> > and hours) of frustration it'll save. I would recommend Devart or an
> > alternative method for accessing your data and to steer far clear of
> > DbLinq.
> +1 on steering clear of DBLinq. DBLinq was the straw-on-the-camel that
> finally pushed me to give up on C#/.NET for server-side [without a real
> Open Source platform I don't want to build stuff on it].
> Really sad, because without a really good way to interface with
> But nHibernate might be an option worth looking at. Someone told me
> that they work on Mono these days [unverified].
> > Don't get me wrong, though. It was a very ambitious project and the
> > code is quite beautiful. But there are way too many edge cases that
> > aren't covered and you'll undoubtedly eventually run into one or more
> > of those issues.
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