RikMigrations 0.2 Released

by Richard Mason 13. May 2008 13:08

There's a new release of RikMigrations available. This includes a lot of bug fixes from the original release and is the first since the development team expanded.

Big thanks to Andy Stewart in particular who has pushed the release out the door and is actively working on more improvements, particularly cleaning up my original messy code.

This also marks the official move of the codebase from CodePlex to Google Code. This change is mainly to get around problems with CodePlex's source control.

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RikMigrations is a database migration library for .NET based on the migrations facility provided by Ruby on Rails. It allows simple upgrading and downgrading of databases using .NET code (such as VB or C#) either from the command line or built into your application. Unlike many other migration frameworks, RikMigrations is a stand-alone library which does not rely on a large surrounding framework.