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Source Code of PCL Paraphernalia is now available on GitHub

Source Code of PCL Paraphernalia is now available on GitHub

Source Code of PCL Paraphernalia is now available on GitHub

(OP)
FYI:

Last year I've created a GitHub project that contains the last release of PCL Paraphernalia that DansDadUK had released. Thanks to the effort and help of Hugh Hood we've been able to get in contact with Dan, the son of the (passed) author of PCL Paraphernalia (Chris aka DansDadUk). And Dan was able to provide us with the latest source code of PCL Paraphernalia.

This source code (together with a Setup.exe) is now also available on GitHub - see https://github.com/michaelknigge/pclparaphernalia

As said, there you can also download a Setup.exe with the latest version. The binaries are created at AppVeyor (see https://www.appveyor.com/), a free continuous integration server. The Setup.exe is created with InnoSetup (see http://www.jrsoftware.org/isinfo.php) within the same virtual machine at AppVeyor that built PCL Paraphernalia. So it is very unlikely that the Setup.exe is infected by a virus or trojan.

The Setup.exe is available at https://github.com/michaelknigge/pclparaphernalia/...


I'm very proud and happy that we've (Hugh, Dan and me) been able to save the valuable piece of software and the source code. Thank you again guys!


Don't expect much progress with PCL Paraphernalia. If you find a bug and report it (at https://github.com/michaelknigge/pclparaphernalia/...) I might be able to fix it (I have some C# skills). Of course, I accept pull requests with changes and I'll integrate them.


Bye,
Michael

RE: Source Code of PCL Paraphernalia is now available on GitHub

thank you for your repost, the code was realy usefull for me !

RE: Source Code of PCL Paraphernalia is now available on GitHub

(OP)
FYI:

PCLParaphernalia 3.2.3.0 has been released. It is just a Bug-Fix release with no new features. You can download the source code as well as an InnoSetup based Installer at GitHub

RE: Source Code of PCL Paraphernalia is now available on GitHub

Thank you massively for this, I use Paraphernalia on a daily basis to analyse PCL I create. Also thanks to Dan, I'm really sorry to hear about Chris, he will be missed.

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