MiniProfiler v3.0.10-beta1 Released
I have been a big fan of MiniProfiler
since soon after its initial release, so soon after I joined Stack Exchange
(2013-10), I made an effort to try to get involved with the development work. Lots of work had been completed already by Jarrod Dixon
, Marc Gravell
, Matt Jibson
, Sam Saffron
, Nick Craver
and the other members of the team to get MiniProfiler to version 3, and this has been in use for a number of months already on the Stack Exchange sites (including Stack Overflow). A few items remained on the ToDo list before the new version could be released on nuget, and I volunteered to work on these. All of the remaining items have now been completed and a few minutes ago I pushed the new 3.0.10-beta release
up to nuget.org.
: if you are going to install the pre-release beta nugets, be sure to include "-pre" in your command:
PM> Install-Package MiniProfiler -Pre
- First public nuget release of v3.0
- Includes new nuget package updates:
- CustomTiming replaces SqlTiming as the general timing storage. Sql is now just one case. More adaptable for different timing types.
- Lots of bug fixing, performance enhancements
- Move from the old location to here.
- SqlServerStorage is rewritten to use different tables, corresponding to new CustomTiming approach. If you used SqlServerStorage in v2.0 this is a breaking change. In this case be sure to see the newtable creation script
- Add MultiStorageProvider as new option for being able to designate multiple storage locations.
- Will store in all listed, retrieve from the first possible location where there is a match
- Implements IStorage so it can be set for the session using
MiniProfiler.Settings.Storage, or for the individual request.
MiniProfiler.Current.Storage to any
MultiStorageProvider) to customize the storage for any single request (example)
- New nuget for Entity Framework 6. Initialize in with
- Updated for newest versions of SqlCe and SqlLite
I also just updated the MiniProfiler.com
site to include up to date information (based on the new release) on nugets and basic usage, and changed up the UI a tiny bit (now using Bootstrap).
and Pull Requests
are welcome on GitHub, and any feedback is also welcome on the community site