WinForms TimeSpan editing

by admin 16. January 2005 01:36

So... this blog is worth watching isn't it. Anyway, the short version is I haven't posted in a month, but I have managed to visit Melbourne for the first time in over 20 years. Report from Victoria is: Hedge mazes are fun.

On the off chance that somebody out there is still listening, I'm looking for a winforms control to edit timespans. I'm thinking an up-down style control with a time format but which allows the hour section to go past 24 hours. Having found nothing in my brief search, I'm about to go make one of my own.

Also been checking out O/R mappers - settled on LLBLGen Pro which looks pretty good at this stage. If anybody has comments on O/R mappers then I'd love to hear them...

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