All the current documentation in the website refers to previous versions. In some pages it says that the lastest version in version 1 RC 2.64 votes
It used to be in a wiki, has been in GitHub for quite a while now.
A version for the client side for the WcfFacility that supports Silverlight35 votes
This idea is being abandoned due to Silverlight being dead and lack of time/contributions
("We" in this case meaning "various members of the Castle Community" not necessarily involving me). I see it as one of those Wrox-multi-author-picture on the cover book, with maybe 5 major divisions (Windsor/Monorail/ActiveRecord/DynamicProxy/et al), with each of those having 5-10 chapters. (I'm sure Krzysztof can edit his blog series on DP into 5 chapters in about 2 hours) It will be a great "marketing" tool for the Castle stack, and focus us on bring all our far-flung documention into one place.32 votes
Since there’s no real movement here I’m closing it. The documentation page is the de-facto “using Castle” page
After thinking about the samples, I think our main sample should be the project website. We should eat our own dog food. We could base it on Oxite, and go from there.30 votes
We don’t have resources for that.
The Castle Generator seems powerful yet very undocumented20 votes
Since the project has been pretty much abandoned, I’m closing this
The current Castle Project installer (that contains ActiveRecord, MonoRail, MicroKernel / Windsor, etc.) is linked against the older versions of Castle.Core, Castle.DynamicProxy2, Castle.MicroKernel, and Castle.Windsor. We're having an issue trying to use Windsor 2.0 with ActiveRecord (Windsor 2 is referencing Castle.Core 184.108.40.206, but ActiveRecord is linked against 220.127.116.11). Help?16 votes
So I can port #moq too :)15 votes
This will be handled through .NET Standard.
Add support for the Windows Runtime and Windows 8-style applications.13 votes
We’re looking into this. It all depends on how much of the .NET API and functionality we’re depending on is available in there.
APIs still not available.
According to http://groups.google.com/group/castle-project-devel/browse_thread/thread/1a0f6610dfe63abf/02497f9ba01e457d, it should be possible12 votes
This is not gonna happen. However we’ll be switching to another issue tracking system.
We use castle dlls with mono on a debian etch installation, and we require to be able to build without referencing microsoft .net 3.511 votes
I would like to see project source files zipped up and available for each release, either as part of the main download, or as a seperate zip. People can get the current source from the svn trunk but it would be nice to have the same versions that were in the release.10 votes
Given debugging symbols are available here: http://www.symbolsource.org/Public/Projects/List
and it’s easy to get zipped sources from GitHub, I don’t think there’s value in doing do anymore.
Can you please move the NVelocity project forward? Apache Velocity is soon out in v 2.0 while NVelocity has been in a slumbering state for what seems like an eternity.10 votes
OK. Closing this.
If you would like a specific feature please create a new fairly well defined suggestion so that people can discuss it. We welcome your ideas, but they need to be concrete.
Get yourself a Q&A forum instead of using mailing lists. You can use Stack Exchange (beta, will cost money soon) or Shapado (free & open source).7 votes
StackOverflow fills in this role beautifully
Coincidence Microsoft stopped supporting Windows Phone 8.x today.
Tune isn’t the leader of nh facility. The facility is under the rc status and should be released soon.
I'm download "Getting started with ActiveRecord" sample from link: http://www.castleproject.org/activerecord/gettingstarted/index.html
I'm create database
changing connection in appconfig.xml file
throws an exception:
System.TypeInitializationException was unhandled
Message="The type initializer for 'Castle.ActiveRecord.Framework.Internal.EventListener.EventListenerContributor' threw an exception."
at Castle.ActiveRecord.ActiveRecordStarter.RegisterEventListeners(IEnumerable`1 types)
at Castle.ActiveRecord.ActiveRecordStarter.Initialize(IConfigurationSource source, Type types)
at BlogSample.App.Main() in D:\lecong's Data\PASONA_MyFile\docs\Castle Active Record\InitializingAndConfiguring\App.cs:line 42
at System.AppDomain.nExecuteAssembly(Assembly assembly, String args)
at System.AppDomain.ExecuteAssembly(String assemblyFile, Evidence assemblySecurity, String args)
at System.Threading.ThreadHelper.ThreadStart_Context(Object state)
at System.Threading.ExecutionContext.Run(ExecutionContext executionContext, ContextCallback callback, Object state)
Can you help me?
P/S: please send mail to me.
There is a study for the use of lazy release on Silverlight3 votes
Declined due the lack of a response.
Use StackOverflow.com for that with appropriate tags:
Windsor – http://stackoverflow.com/questions/tagged/castle-windsor
ActiveRecord – http://stackoverflow.com/questions/tagged/castle-activerecord
MonoRail – http://stackoverflow.com/questions/tagged/castle-monorail
Other Castle Related questions – http://stackoverflow.com/questions/tagged/castle
Both modes are supported by the facility.
private int someVar;
private Dictionary<string, int> dic = new Dictionary<string, int>();
closing due to lack of response
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