Franklin Ross

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    I need some feedback on this feature. First:
    (a) Would you expect it to apply only to untitled queries? Or:
    (b) Would you also expect it to apply to saved queries that were modified?
    (The reason I ask is that option (a) is simple to implement, whereas option (b) creates numerous complications.)

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    Franklin Ross commented  · 

    This would be great! I've been thinking about this for a while because I pretty frequently write little LINQPad scripts for pulling some data out of a few files or a DB for a non-tech. Being able to create an exe that I can give them to run themselves would be great.

    I'm currently seeing how I go writing a mini UI library for easily prompting the user for some inputs in a LINQPady kind of way, like 2 file open dialogs for instance (or whatever). Ideally the same exe would be able to parse command line arguments for the inputs too. We'll see how I go (I just started), but this suggestion would complete that whole thought into a quick tool creator.

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