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    Matt commented  · 

    NOTE: The "Ctrl+Shift+M" dialog mentioned is the same as the one coming up in Management Studio when you right-click on a stored procedure and select "Execute..." from the context menu.

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    Matt commented  · 

    @Joe - a good idea, but it is a lot of work to transfer all connections, queries etc manually to the portable folders and xml files. Hence it would be nice to have a menu option such as "File -> Create portable LinqPad" which asks you about a target folder, and then does all the copying and creating XML files.

    (For the readers of this forum, here are the details: http://www.linqpad.net/PortableDeployment.aspx)

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    Matt commented  · 

    There is already a workaround available for this, read more at Stackoverflow:
    http://stackoverflow.com/a/38199055/1016343

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    Matt commented  · 

    Why not add support for the C:\Windows\Microsoft.NET\Framework64\v4.0.30319\csc.exe commandline compiler? Should not be too difficult to include a converter which generates *.cs files ... if some restrictions apply, like ommitting the .Dump() and use the Console.WriteLine() instead, it seems to be achievable. Something like a "Generate console app from LinqPad project". Like Martin already mentioned ... but the issue is that a LinqPad file handles the references differently, so something like an "export to console app" would be great.

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    Matt commented  · 

    Simply open Windows Explorer, type
    %AppData%\LinqPad
    into the path combobox and it will take you to the settings directory.

    ConnectionsV2.xml and RoamingUserOptions.xml can be edited with a text editor like
    Notepad++, and since XML is an open standard it is easy to read and maintain.

    Copy the files to the target PC, note that the account name can be different, since
    %AppData%\LinqPad
    resolves to
    C:\Users\[accountName]\AppData\Roaming\LINQPad\

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    Matt commented  · 

    Copying table content from one database to another in LinqPad would close the gap between SQL Management Studio and LinqPad and allow to simplify staging data while developing.

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    Matt commented  · 

    63 votes - but it is still unclear what a "linqshell" actually is ... could someone summarize this please and be more specific?

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