Is CSLA for vb.Net still officially supported? I thought I read on a different forum that it will now be community supported from now on. I went through the threads and FAQ's and could not find anything.
Thank you in advance.
The CSLA source code is now C# only, though there is a community project to maintain a VB.NET source code version.
I am not sure how up to date this is, but you can use CSLA irrespective of it's source code language with any .NET language.
And if you want to see the VB equivalent code you can use a disassembler on the assemblies to VB.NET.
ILSpy (free) and Reflector (licensed) can both decompile into VB.NET.
the ILSpy is good, thank you
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