Sterling 1.6 is basically Sterling 1.5 with the added possibility of changing your persisted classes. Properties can now be added or removed, and with some coding also renamed. Classes can also be renamed. See the documentation
for more info on how to do this.
Sterling 1.6.2 notes:
- the methods for registering property converters and type resolvers are now protected so you have access to them in your database class.
Sterling 1.6.1 adds support for
- using enums as keys
- changing your classes when using the FileSystemDriver or ElevatedTrustDriver
- serializing/deserialing the Kind property of DateTime (breaking change from 1.6.0 to 1.6.1!)
- the assemblies are now signed