Grigori Melnik ( yeah, you know... Tom++ ) is planning a new Enterprise Library release for Visual Studio Orca's. Yay!
From Grigori's weblog:
We, at patterns & practices, are planning a release of Enterprise Library for Visual Studio 2008 (Orcas). It will happen at around the same time Visual Studio 2008 is out (Feb 2008 as per our roadmap). At a minimum, you can expect the current functionality ported to Orcas.
[Update: please fill out the questionaire at: http://www.zoomerang.com/survey.zgi?p=WEB226STCU2528]Meanwhile, the Enterprise Library Contrib continues to grow...
There is a list of functionality on the project's homepage that has been added since the the first (July 07) release besides which Francois Tanguay has been dominating our Source Code check-in list recently, adding all sorts of cool little updates.
(note to self: I'll update the homepage shortly, to include Francois' additions).
Tom and I will be packaging all of the stuff that we've collected on CodePlex over the last 2 months, in order to do a new release in the first 2 weeks of September. Yay #2!
Keep watching this space, the Contrib project, Grigori's weblog and offcourse Tom Hollanders' weblog for more updates along the way.If you are part of the Contrib community and have questions w/ regards to the September release, feel free to contact either me or Tom over CodePlex.