27 April 2014

Huagati DBML/EDMX Tools is now free to use

The latest version of Huagati DBML/EDMX Tools (v 2.34, released on 27 Apr 2014) has all license checks removed. This means it is now free to use. $0/user, no cost, no strings attached.


  1. Hello. Do you plan to published code of Huagati DBML/EDMX Tools as open source?

  2. No current plans to open-source it.

  3. Hello,

    is there a way to get it to work with VS 2015 (Community Edition)? Would be great.

  4. Nope, it only works with VS2008-VS2013. Some of the key interfaces it relies on has been deprecated and removed in VS2015.

  5. Kristofer,

    First of all, thank you for creating such an excellent tool, and for making it available for free. Could you provide some details on the interfaces which are not available in VS 2015? I know that support for Add-ins was removed, but I've read that it may be possible to migrate an add-in to a VSIX extension. In any case, if there is a chance that your DBML/EDMX Tools can be made to work with VS 2015+, then I would like to help in any way I can.

    David M. Wilson

    1. Hi Kristofer - any updates for us? Can you open source the code please? We're dependent upon this tool for now and years to come.

      Mike DePouw

  6. Hi Kristofer,

    your product is really great. We would like to continue using it in the future (VS 2017). Could you publish the code on GitHub so we could continue updating it. Thanks in advance.

    Francis Grignon