No, we will provides bugfixes for this driver, but we will not add new
Maybe you should try ironjs or try node.js where exists a native MongoDB
On 28.03.2011 02:15, sinisa wrote:
> i would like to but as im no coder and i use Jscript.net with asp 2.0
> i dont have generics in it, and i get used to Document,Document ;)
> I know i should go with c# but in a jscript.net I feel like I can do
> You wont update old driver ? is that project gone ?
> On Mar 24, 1:33 pm, Steve Wagner<li...@lanwin.de> wrote:
>> On 23.03.2011 05:13, sinisa wrote:
>>> Please update that old but the only one driver i can use :)
>>> On Mar 5, 6:30 pm, Steve Wagner<li...@lanwin.de> wrote:
>>>> As far as i know the only missing part is Linq.
>>>> Am 04.03.2011 19:49, schrieb Donny V.:
>>>>> Wow...I can see why you stopped on your driver. I hadn't checked out
>>>>> I guess I better switch then since it is the official version and will
>>>>> Don't know if you guys have looked at it, but anything missing from
>>>>> On Mar 4, 4:26 am, Steve Wagner<li...@lanwin.de> wrote:
>>>>>> But since i use this driver very heavily i will continue to provide
>>>>>> On 03.03.2011 22:48, Sam Corder wrote:
>>>>>>> Consider it in a maintenance mode. If you are starting something new you
>>>>>>> On Thu, Mar 3, 2011 at 3:41 PM, Donny V.<don...@gmail.com> wrote:
>>>>>>>> I noticed on GIT Hub that the commits to this project have slowed
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