More Flexible XAG Properties

Recently, I found myself constantly writing classes that have many properties with no backing fields (i.e. use ViewState) or are get-only. So, I added this feature to XAG. Now, you can set the "Mode" to "GetOnly" or "SetOnly" and "Backing" to either "true" or "false". Keep in mind that set-only (write-only) properties aren't exactly the best thing to use. If you find yourself wanting to do that, you should really reexamine what you're doing.

Furthermore, I wanted the ability to have values cascade to others. So, now you can set things like the Mode, Backing, Static, and AccessModifier on the entire Properties or Methods group instead of the individual properties or methods.

Here's an example of all this:

<Assembly xmlns:x="" DefaultNamespace="MyCompany.MyProject.Confguration">
  <ProjectConfiguration Type="Class" AccessModifier="Internal" Static="True">
    <Properties Mode="GetOnly" Backing="False" AccessModifier="Internal">
      <ProjectTitle Type="String" />
      <DatabaseConnectionString Type="String" />
      <ErrorEmailToAddress Type="String" />
      <ErrorEmailFromAddress Type="String" />
      <AutoNotifyOnError Type="Boolean" />
      <add key="ProjectTitle" value="My Title" />
      <add key="DatabaseConnectionString " value="..." />
      <add key="ErrorEmailToAddress " value="" />
      <add key="ErrorEmailFromAddress " value="" />
      <add key="AutoNotifyOnError " value="False" />

In addition, I changed the XAG interface a bit to make it much more user friendly. Personally, I use my WPF version, which I'll probably be releasing soon (as well as documentation for the Web Service).