Monthly Archives: August 2009

Fluent NHibernate 1.0 RTM

It’s here. For those of you that don’t know, Fluent NHibernate is for helping you map entities with NHibernate. It’s based firmly on the practice of convention-over-configuration, and can be used in a mapping-per-class style using our fluent interface, or … Continue reading 

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Preventing debugger property evaluation for side-effect laden properties

Property getters with side-effects, now there’s a controversial subject if ever I saw one. Don’t do it is the rule; as with any rule though, there’s generally an exception that proves it. If you’re in this situation and you genuinely … Continue reading 

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Fluent NHibernate 1.0RC

It’s nearly here, at long last Fluent NHibernate has nearly reached 1.0. Now starts the official public testing of our 1.0RC. You can read the release notes on the wiki for more information on what’s changed. There have been a … Continue reading 

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