Posted Fri, 29 May 2020 15:16:43 GMT by


I can see under release notes that there are already release notes for BIML Express 2020 R1 but there is no download link

Any planed date when it will be available for download?





Posted Tue, 09 Jun 2020 16:28:08 GMT by Timo Dinnesen

We need this as well. We reported a bug in exportcolumn two years ago...(It was only re-reported and fixed later in the

But we're still waiting for "the next release", now more than half a year later!

Releases need to be more often than yearly!

I'm trying to convince my department to use BIML, but it's kind of hard when we can't even make a basic example without errors in the resulting packages.


Posted Wed, 08 Jul 2020 17:37:55 GMT by

Same here.

Especially "Fixed bug where sometimes the active document could have its contents replaced with the contents of a different edited document" would have saved me hours, because i didn't realize, that content was replaced.

Posted Mon, 21 Sep 2020 16:28:19 GMT by

Did anyone ever find a link to download 2020? I am running in to bugs with Visual Studio 2019 that is causing me to have to uninstall/reinstall the plugin which is not good.  Given the 2020 release notes mention improved Visual Studio 2019 support, I am holding out hope it will fix my issues.  

Posted Tue, 22 Sep 2020 11:53:50 GMT by

I have several bugs in BIML 2019 in VS 2019. When will 2020 R1 be released?

Posted Mon, 30 Nov 2020 17:42:34 GMT by

Any news on BimlExpress 2020 R1?

Posted Tue, 15 Jun 2021 16:28:57 GMT by
We're on half 2021 and still no link to download the 2020 R1 version of BimlExpress.
I'm having a lot of issues on VS 2019; I recently installed it thinking it would be a in improvement over my previous 2015 version for BIML development but so far it's been a disappointment.
Posted Mon, 12 Jul 2021 10:13:01 GMT by
Same here!
Is it possible to test BimlExpress 2020 R1?
Posted Mon, 12 Jul 2021 21:30:00 GMT by

Please be advised that BimlExpress 2020R1 was never released, despite the release notes being published on the Varigence website. The events of the past year have severly delayed the release of BimlExpress R1. Rather than remove the release notes, they were kept active on the website to let users know what to expect when the new version is released. 

We are working on a new release for later this year, which, is all that can be said at the moment. 

Thank you, 

Varigence Support. 

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