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    darkzealot77
    @darkzealot77
    The issue is same on Mac publishing
    Bob Baker
    @rbaker26
    @darkzealot77 Linux build are not working either
    Bob Baker
    @rbaker26
    @GregorBiswanger
    I summited a PR to fix issue #441
    Bob Baker
    @rbaker26
    @DevAsmob
    zenith6495
    @zenith6495
    facing this issue too, it was all because of that additional "." does anyone know what's the purpose for the developer to include "." in the command?
    Gregor Biswanger
    @GregorBiswanger
    Hello Community, because of the Issue #441 we can not help it. It is an electron builder problem that has a parameter removed. We got a PR with a solution. I think on Monday version 9.31.2 should be released as soon as possible.
    Big thanks to @rbaker26
    Evan Bonfiglio
    @ebonfiglio
    Has anyone been able to build a project using SQLite?
    2 replies
    Ryan
    @MopsieX
    @GregorBiswanger Thanks for the work on this! Is 9.31.2 still going to be released today?
    Ryan
    @MopsieX
    Yay it's released
    Gregor Biswanger
    @GregorBiswanger
    Hey Community, we have released version 9.31.2 with the electron-builder fix! In addition, I have improved the socket problems again and updated to Electron 9.0.5.
    Lucas Ferla Gomes
    @lucasferla7
    How to generate a .deb package?
    Cihan Eran
    @freedrone

    thanks for the update!

    however is it not possible to invoke SetFeedUrl on AutoUpdater?

    Cihan Eran
    @freedrone
    or is it anyway possible to provide a custom main electron.js file?
    Githubber2021
    @Githubber2021
    hi!
    can anyone help me? Does anyone know if Electron can be debugged via Visual Studio Code?
    The workflow is so broken. I can't find a simple Hello World example that works with Electron + TypeScript that works with Visual Studio Code
    bravecobra
    @bravecobra
    hi, how can you pass parameters to the underlying dotnet publish?
    You can pass extra ones the electronbuilder but not to the dotnet publish as far as I can see
    You can only pass the profile Debug/Release
    bravecobra
    @bravecobra
    I want to pass /p:SemVer=${{ steps.gitversion.outputs.semVer }} there
    bravecobra
    @bravecobra
    I added a feature request
    Bob Baker
    @rbaker26
    @bravecobra
    if its just SamVer you are looking for, the electron.manifest.json file should work in lieu of a build parameter
    I am not a project owner, but that is how I have been handling it.
    Andrew Stringer
    @ortrails
    with electronize build command I get the following error:
    Error compiling C:\Users\astringer.nuget\packages\linq2couchbase\1.4.2\lib\netstandard2.0\Couchbase.Linq.dll: Could not load type 'Couchbase.Views.IDataMapper' from assembly 'Couchbase.NetClient, Version=3.0.2.0
    I can get around it by setting /PublishReadyToRun false, however then my app doesn't run due to another error.
    image.png
    help!
    hojlind
    @hojlind
    @ortrails does your dotnet project compile by itself? looks like a dependency issue in dotnet.
    Quick question, is it possible to check whether the electron app has been packed with electron-builder? I am implementing autoupdate but "checkforupdates()" hang on debug, which makes sense as the autoupdater doesnt exist on the electron side of things.
    Right now I get around this by using #if DEBUG but this does not seem like the right way, or?
    I have searched quite a bit but havent been able to find anything.
    Ondrej Rehacek
    @olirehacek
    Hi, Can i register a custom uri protcol "test2://" internally in electron.NET window ?
    Ondrej Rehacek
    @olirehacek
    i got it regsitered but how can i parse iincoming url ?
    bravecobra
    @bravecobra
    @rbaker26 that's just the thing. I don't wanna edit the electron.manifest.json. I want to pass it in as a build parameter from the commandline.
    Chris
    @tryhardniinja_twitter
    @Randle-Lanre Maybe a bit late but what are you having trouble with? You should just be able to use the ElectronNET api in an angular project by injecting it just like in the demo!
    Jesus
    @Duckywson_twitter
    Hi friends, there is posible return a JSON result from c# to electron?
    Liujianhua
    @HermesNew
    How long will this bug be fixed? #442
    @GregorBiswanger
    Has anyone solved this issue?
    raftopyannis
    @raftopyannis
    Hi all, This bug ElectronNET/Electron.NET#442 is a breaking bug... we cannot deliver a production version to our client.
    Liujianhua
    @HermesNew
    Yes,this is a very serious bug
    hojlind
    @hojlind
    +1 I currently have what i suspect is the same issue. Would it be of help if i am able to set up a simple project where the error is reproducible?
    Githubber2021
    @Githubber2021
    hi guys, can anyone give me a keyword or function I can lookup to create an external process with electron remote? All examples I find are made for IPC and the main process only
    But I would like to have a 3rd process which is neither a browser window, nor the main process for my heavy I/O operation I want to kick off from my renderer process
    Ondrej Rehacek
    @olirehacek

    Hi all, can someone help with . ElectronNET/Electron.NET#451

    It is currently stopping delivery of the software to our client and it is pretty critical. Since we can not handle the login token from the service.

    Githubber2021
    @Githubber2021
    I think this channel is dead :-(
    Bob Baker
    @rbaker26
    @Duckywson_twitter you can either use the ASP.NET API and use a GET/POST using ajax or some other JS or you can set up and IPC Event Handler like this
    if (HybridSupport.IsElectronActive)
    {
        Electron.IpcMain.RemoveAllListeners("open-from-file-asm");
    
        Electron.IpcMain.On("open-from-file-asm", async (args) =>
        {
            var mainWindow = Electron.WindowManager.BrowserWindows.First();
            var options = new OpenDialogOptions
            {
                Title = "Open SAP1Emu Assembly Code",
                Filters = new FileFilter[] {
                    new FileFilter
                    {
                        Name = "SAP1Emu Assembly",
                        Extensions = new string[] {"s"}
                    }
                },
                Properties = new OpenDialogProperty[] {
                    OpenDialogProperty.openFile,
                }
            };
            string[] files = await Electron.Dialog.ShowOpenDialogAsync(mainWindow, options);
    
            string code = "";
            if (files.Length != 0)
            {
                if (!string.IsNullOrEmpty(files[0]))
                {
                    code = System.IO.File.ReadAllText(files[0]);
                }
            }
    
            Electron.IpcMain.Send(mainWindow, "code-from-file-asm", code);
    
        });
    }
    function openFromFile() {
        // Send Request to ASP.NET
        const { ipcRenderer } = require("electron");
        ipcRenderer.send("open-from-file-asm");
    
        // Receive code back from ASP.NET
        ipcRenderer.once("code-from-file-asm",
            (sender, asm_code) => {
                asm_editor.setValue(asm_code);
            }
        );
    
    }
    instead of crafting an example, i just copy-pasted this from my project (https://github.com/rbaker26/SAP1EMU)
    Chris Delpire
    @Delpire
    Hello! Is there a way to set up a built to not install the Electron.NET CLI as a global tool, but to just pull it down and use it locally? I want to set up a build for my electron projects, but I don't want to require manipulating the build machine to do it.
    congzhangzh
    @congzhangzh
    I want to use WebWindow and Electron.Net with Blazor, and laterly I ask myself, if already use the whole .net core solution, why wrapper so much level, and confuse myself, how about directly use blazor server and OS native browser?
    And I have a demo https://github.com/congzhangzh/blazor_server_desktop_app, it's really simple and cool!