ScaffoldingCode generation is everywhere these days, from the basic (but getting steadily more complex) Visual Studio IDE generations to full model- and template-based systems (like my preferred option, DeKlarit). Over the years, various methods have evolved to stop code you hand-modified getting overwritten when the code generation runs. These range from comments in the source file warning you not to change anything on pain of overwriting to more complex solutions where you can mark sections of your own code untouchable.

In this post I’m going to explore a way of giving at least some of the same functionality Rails has to ASP.NET 2.0.
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