"Where did that come from" is what I said to myself on seeing NORMA listed in the online help for VS 2008 (though the version I have running on this notebook).
I loaded up VS 2008 late last year. I loaded the Dec drop (Nov 07 release), of NORMA for VS 2008 about that time. Hadn't had much time to use it, though.
Today, I was checking on VS 2008 and IronPython, and brought up the online help in VS. I saw the FePy list of results, but noticed NORMA to the left of the result screen (Contents/Filtered by column). Checking that out saw this under Title Page:
Neumont ORM Architect
for Visual Studio® 2005
Was that loaded up by the nORMa team in October? Guess I missed the memo!
In any event, it's very nice to see online help for nORMa in VS. I just took a brief look'round, but can see it will be much better than cohabitating with PDF, PPT and Word docs for help with nORMa.
If you haven't checked it out, do so. To the nORMa team - looking good!