10.0 Upgrade Guide
All collections are mapped by default, even if they have no setter
You’ll have to explicitly ignore those you don’t want mapped. See also this.
Matching constructor parameters will be mapped from the source, even if they are optional
You can always rename things or use an explicit
Context.Mapper.Map overloads that receive a context were removed
Not needed, because the context is passed by default, so you can change the context instance you already have.
UseDestinationValue is now inherited by default
You can override that with
AllowNull allows you to override per member
This used to be ignored for
Map. Now it’s consistent with
ResolutionContext no longer has a public constructor
You can test the entire
dynamic in .NET 4.6.1
Due to a refactoring of
IMapper, you might need to add a cast to
object when mapping from
Only simple source members expressions are considered,
MapFrom(d => d.Member, s => s.SourceMember).
MaxDepth, destination collections are null/empty, they used to contain
MapFrom-s are reversed now, also applies to attribute mapping
You can always not use it and explicitly create the reverse map. Or ignore the reversed member.
ReverseMap will also reverse the naming conventions
You can always not use it and explicitly create the reverse map.