Discussion of open issues, suggestions and bugs regarding ADO.NET provider for PostgreSQL
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I'm using DbContext to have one .cs file per table. At present, whenever I reload the model from the database, it updates a timestamp at the top of each of these .cs files. This increases the noise in our version control system.
Is there a way to stop this from being written?
// This code was generated by Devart Entity Developer tool using Entity Framework DbContext template.
// Code is generated on: 4/7/2015 2:50:17 PM
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Please open your *.edml model, navigate to Tools > Entity Developer > Model Explorer, select the DbContext template and press F4 (Properties). Set any value in the Header Timestamp Version Control Tag property. If this option is set, the standard date/time-stamp in the file header will be replaced with the specified tag (e.g. a version control tag for Subversion, Git, etc.).