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Today we are pleased to announce the availability of EF6.1.1. This patch release includes a number of high priority bug fixes and some contributions from our community.
You can see a list of the fixes/changes included in EF6.1.1 on our CodePlex site.
In particular, we’d like to call out the following two fixes to issues that a number of people have encountered:
The runtime is available on NuGet. Follow the instructions on our Get It page for installing the latest version of Entity Framework runtime.
The tooling for Visual Studio 2012 and Visual Studio 2013 is available on the Microsoft Download Center. You only need to install the tooling if you want to create models using the EF Designer, or generate a Code First model from an existing database.
We’d like to say thank you to folks from the community who contributed features, bug fixes, and other changes to the 6.1 release:
In addition to working on the next major version of EF (Entity Framework 7), we’re also working on another update to EF6. This update to EF6 is tentatively slated to be another patch release (EF6.1.2) and we are working a series of bug fixes and accepting pull requests.
If you want to learn more about our plans for EF7, see our recent EF7 - New Platforms, New Data Stores post.