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NHibernate 2.1 is out!

NHibernate 2.1 GA (RTM) was released, Download it!

There are many good changes (check the release notes) and I strongly recommend moving to it.

I would like to personally thank Fabio for the tremendous amount of work that he put into it, as well as to all the other members of the team.

Comments

h
07/20/2009 09:41 PM by
h

it seems that there are very few changes.

Tuna Toksoz
07/20/2009 09:47 PM by
Tuna Toksoz

You probably haven't seen the commit logs, and haven't read NHForge/Fabio's blog, probably don't know what a real work is.

Brad
07/20/2009 11:45 PM by
Brad

So, does this release include NHibernate.Linq? :)

Konstantin Spirin
07/21/2009 03:19 AM by
Konstantin Spirin

New features look so great!

NHibernate is getting more and more powerfull, covering new usage scenarios.

I think, better LINQ to NHibernate will make it the default ORM tool for most dev projects.

Thanks for what you guys do!

Fabio Maulo
07/21/2009 05:12 AM by
Fabio Maulo

The real list of feature is something large.. a way to know all new features is read the releasenote.txt (New feature + Improvements); the other way is follow NHibernate's committers blogs day by day (this blog, my blog, Davy's, Tuna's, Dario's ) and www.nhforge.org blog.

TONIO
07/21/2009 08:52 AM by
TONIO

w o n d e r f u l

thanks...

Dimonina
07/21/2009 11:34 AM by
Dimonina

Still waiting for a good book on NH or one site full of examples and explanations. It takes much time to search over the internet for some things. Or sometimes to discover "wow, I could do it in 2 lines of code". Not all features are documented. May be it's a good idea to copy-paste your articles also to nhforge wikis, it's more useful than searching in blog. I think we need to have one place for documentation.

Suedeuno
07/21/2009 01:31 PM by
Suedeuno

Bin link extraction is invalid or corrupted.

Ayende Rahien
07/21/2009 01:35 PM by
Ayende Rahien

Try again, it is working for me

Dmitry
07/21/2009 03:18 PM by
Dmitry

So is there any status on the fully functional LINQ provider that was advertised to be a part of NH2.1?

A LINQ provider that supports joins/sub-queries/etc. would make it so much easier (from the technology approval point of view) to use NHibernate in projects instead of trying to make LINQ-to-SQL and the new EF 4.0 to act more like a real ORM.

Thanks

Jimmy Zimms
07/21/2009 05:15 PM by
Jimmy Zimms

So when / if are we going to get constructor support to nhibernate?

Ayende Rahien
07/21/2009 05:26 PM by
Ayende Rahien

Jimmy,

What do you mean, constructor support?

Jimmy Zimmerman
07/22/2009 06:37 PM by
Jimmy Zimmerman

Darius,

Nice link! Exactly what I was looking for. Oren: basically I never want to see a parameterless constructor in my entities (unless of course in the model that makes sense but you get my idea).

thanks all for putting up with the simple stupid questions!

Salvador Gascon
07/22/2009 11:31 PM by
Salvador Gascon

Dimonia : Chek pdf documentation (very useful) included in NHibernate 2.1 or check "NHibernate in Action" book in amazon.

Dimonina
07/23/2009 09:28 AM by
Dimonina

2Salvador Gascon

I've read NH in action. No any word about Icriteria queries, about difference between set, bag, idbag. Only common words like 'allows duplicates', but not exact difference.

Thanks for advice, I'll check pdf included with NH2.1 when I download it

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