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    raboof commented  · 

    So while waiting for this to become available as part of LINQPad proper, I've scratched my itch as the project LinqPadless:

    https://github.com/linqpadless/LinqPadless

    For those of us using LINQPad as a mere lightweight IDE, it enables turning LINQPad scripts/queries into stand-alone C# scripts (csx) or executables for automation and distribution to others. If you rely on all the run-time bells & whistles of LINQPad then this is not for you. See documentation limitations.

    I'm sharing this in the hope that there may be interest in collaborating on the project.

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    raboof commented  · 

    This is an excellent idea but the implementation would be even cooler if one could reference stand-alone source files just like one can add references to assemblies and NuGet packages. The reference should be in the form of a URL (which could use the file scheme for local files and http/https for remote ones) so one can reference files directly out on the web and they get downloaded and become part of the current query. As long as a source file can be identified by a URL (thinking gists here especially), it should be reference-able. The remote files should be cached in the .linq file when saved for being able to run offline too. Finally, there would be a dialog box that allows one to manage those references and download updates! The cherry on top of all this would be support for NuGet packages that contain source files as content!

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