After being battered with complaints, particularly from the open source community, Microsoft has reversed its decision and the functionality will be re enabled ahead of general availability of .NET 6. In a blog post explaining the move, the director of program management for .NET, Scott Hunter, says: Last week, our blog post and the removal of the Hot Reload capability from the .NET SDK repo led to a lot of feedback from the community. First and foremost, we want to apologize. We made a...

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