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    AdminJoe Albahari (LINQPad) (CEO / Founder, LINQPad) commented  · 

    The default option, LINQ to SQL lets you connect to SQL Server.

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    AdminJoe Albahari (LINQPad) (CEO / Founder, LINQPad) commented  · 

    Check out the new DumpContainer class, also the Util.Progress method and the Util.ProgressBar class. (Search Help | What's New for examples on how to use these)

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    AdminJoe Albahari (LINQPad) (CEO / Founder, LINQPad) commented  · 

    This is supported in the latest beta if the collection implements IObservable

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    AdminJoe Albahari (LINQPad) (CEO / Founder, LINQPad) commented  · 

    Can you clarity?

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    5 comments  ·  LINQPad Feature Suggestions  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    AdminJoe Albahari (LINQPad) (CEO / Founder, LINQPad) commented  · 

    What's the difference between what you're describing and simply running Remote Desktop? Wouldn't Remote Desktop do exactly what you need in this scenario?

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    AdminJoe Albahari (LINQPad) (CEO / Founder, LINQPad) commented  · 

    There's an option in recent betas (www.linqpad.net/beta.aspx) to specify DateTime formatting (Edit | Preferences). Have you tried this?

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    4 comments  ·  LINQPad Feature Suggestions  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    AdminJoe Albahari (LINQPad) (CEO / Founder, LINQPad) commented  · 

    Bear in mind that LINQPad now offers a Cache() method to cache results between queries (see Help | What's New for info on how to use it).

    As you say, a REPL window in LINQPad is doable with Roslyn. It's just a question of how much value it adds.

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    AdminJoe Albahari (LINQPad) (CEO / Founder, LINQPad) commented  · 

    Yes, it's probably a good idea. Someone's actually written a LINQPad script to do this:
    http://linqpadsamples.codeplex.com/wikipage?title=Auto%20update%20LINQPad

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    AdminJoe Albahari (LINQPad) (CEO / Founder, LINQPad) commented  · 

    This is now available when you enable "Results to Grids"

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    AdminJoe Albahari (LINQPad) (CEO / Founder, LINQPad) commented  · 

    Note that you can now rearrange the layout so that the results are on the right (Ctrl+F8)

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    1 comment  ·  LINQPad Feature Suggestions  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    AdminJoe Albahari (LINQPad) (CEO / Founder, LINQPad) commented  · 

    There's now an auto-scroll mode on the Edit menu. The shortcut is Shift+Ctrl+E.

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    2 comments  ·  LINQPad Feature Suggestions  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    AdminJoe Albahari (LINQPad) (CEO / Founder, LINQPad) commented  · 

    LINQPad now has a Cache extension method which preserves results between query runs. (Go to Help | What’s New and search for ‘caching’ for an example.) Let me know if you still want REPL.

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    AdminJoe Albahari (LINQPad) (CEO / Founder, LINQPad) commented  · 

    Note that an auto-recovery feature was added a while ago, so you should never lose work.

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    AdminJoe Albahari (LINQPad) (CEO / Founder, LINQPad) commented  · 

    You can also use the backslash key, or any of the following:
    ½ § @

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    AdminJoe Albahari (LINQPad) (CEO / Founder, LINQPad) commented  · 

    The recent betas store references as both relative and absolute.

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    2 comments  ·  LINQPad Feature Suggestions  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    AdminJoe Albahari (LINQPad) (CEO / Founder, LINQPad) commented  · 

    Just highlight the code you want to execute and press F5...

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    AdminJoe Albahari (LINQPad) (CEO / Founder, LINQPad) commented  · 

    This is probably worth doing, although the workaround is simply to enter a type name (without the namespace) into the main code editor. LINQPad will display a smart tag for importing the namespace.

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    1 comment  ·  LINQPad Feature Suggestions  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    AdminJoe Albahari (LINQPad) (CEO / Founder, LINQPad) commented  · 

    LINQPad already exposes the StackTrace - just expand the exception object that appears in the results window.