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I'm still using XPO and I'm glad about the upcoming updates.
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comment What are the criteria for evaluating an ORM for.NET?
@SnOrfus: still using XPO but I going to migrating to LLBLGen, it is solid, mature and you remain in control (so you can still get your hands dirty if you need/want to) and it allows for more adequate separation of concerns and object reuse (through the Adapter).
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