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MongoCollection - Remove Overloads #87

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mmuell commented Mar 5, 2012

Adding overloads for Remove on MongoCollection to allow for the removing by id similar to the FindById overloads.

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We will be looking at the public Api for our 2.0 release and will include your suggestion in our talks. We are not ready to pull this in yet as the number of overloads is already too high. For now, you can create an extension method to do what you want.

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We will be looking at the public Api for our 2.0 release and will include your suggestion in our talks. We are not ready to pull this in yet as the number of overloads is already too high. For now, you can create an extension method to do what you want.

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Sounds very good. That is what I've done in the mean time.

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We will be looking at the public Api for our 2.0 release and will include your suggestion in our talks.  We are not ready to pull this in yet as the number of overloads is already too high.  For now, you can create an extension method to do what you want.

Thanks.


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mmuell commented May 9, 2012

Sounds very good. That is what I've done in the mean time.

On Wed, May 9, 2012 at 7:10 AM, Craig Wilson
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wrote:

We will be looking at the public Api for our 2.0 release and will include your suggestion in our talks.  We are not ready to pull this in yet as the number of overloads is already too high.  For now, you can create an extension method to do what you want.

Thanks.


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