The summary below describes major new features, items of note and breaking changes.
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*Few changes so far, other than that Quino-Windows targets .NET Framework 4.7.2 and DevExpress 18.2.5
[Pure], etc. are now included in Quino assemblies. Tools like R# use these attributes during code-analysis to find possible bugs and improve warnings and suggestions.
Encodo.Compilersnow uses Roslyn to provide compiling services. Quino-Standard uses these from tests to verify generated code. As of this release, C#6 and C#7 features are supported. Also, the compiler support is available on all platforms.
UseRunModeCommand()is no longer available by default. Applications have to opt-in to the
rm -debugsetting. Please see the Debugging documentation for assistance in converting to the new configuration methods.
KeyValueNode.GetValue()no longer returns null; use
KeyValueNode.GetValue()no longer accepts a parameter of type
logger. All logging is now done to the central logger. If you still need to collect messages from that operation, then see
IDatabaseProperties.Collationis now of type
Collation. This change was made to allow an application to specify exactly the desired collation without having Quino reinterpret it or do matching.
ISqlServerCollationTools.GetEncodingAndCollation()now returns a tuple of
(Encoding, string)rather than a tuple of
NamedValueNodehas changed. Instead, you should use the abstraction
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