Using ObjectMerger

ObjectMerger contains 2 projects:
  • 1 library project with the ObjectMerger extension methods
  • 1 Test project.

To use the ObjectMerger in your own project, you have to make a assembly reference to ObjectMerger.Extensions.dll

When you have done this, you can use this namespace in your class and you will see that a new extension method will appear in your Intellisense box: MergeWith. You can use this extension method to merge your object into another object. The MergeWith also supports (Generic) Lists, if you have two Lists<of T>, i.e. List<Person> listA and List<Person> listB, these list will be merged by calling listA.MergeWith(listB).

Please download the source code for some examples.

NOTE: When you merge 2 objects of different types, the ObjectMerger will throw an exception.

Last edited Jun 24, 2010 at 6:30 AM by AntoonTuijl, version 3

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