Okay, I uninstalled, re-downloaded and re-installed. No joy. Same problem -- generation succeeds, but various .generated files are not created and I get a ton of the following kinds of errors when I build:
Error 1 Inconsistent accessibility: property type 'System.Data.Objects.IObjectSet<JumpForJoySoftware.T2T.EFDAL.Interfaces.Entity.ICountyInfo>' is less accessible than property 'JumpForJoySoftware.T2T.EFDAL.Interfaces.IT2TEntities.CountyInfo'
26 74 JumpForJoySoftware.T2T.EFDAL.Interfaces
As well as the interesting one:
Error 5 'JumpForJoySoftware.T2T.EFDAL.T2TEntities' does not contain a definition for 'GetConnectionString'
17 41 JumpForJoySoftware.T2T.EFDAL
which appears to be due to the entity context generated file not being generated.
By the way, this is all in an EFDAL project.
I am also still getting the funky error message urging me to upgrade to the version I already have installed (126.96.36.199) from what the check update routine thinks I have installed (188.8.131.520). Upon reflection, I think this is a separate, unrelated bug.
BTW, I have a couple of suggestions that I think the project team should implement regarding the code repository:
1) Tag the installer download file name with the version information (e.g., nHydrate-184.108.40.206.msi). This would make it easier to keep older versions of nHydrate separate from newer ones, making temporary reversion easier when problems are encountered.
2) Add a "version archive" to the download page. Again, that way if a newly-released version has problems, it'll make it easier for someone to download and install an older version that, while it may have its own limitations, worked for the developer previously.