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Rick Strahl
@RickStrahl
The question is why is it looking in the lib-bkp folder.
Gary Ewan Park
@gep13
during the uninstallation process, Chocolatey moves items into that folder, so that if something goes wrong, it can recover the installation.
Rob Reynolds
@ferventcoder

:point_up: January 15, 2017 3:34 AM

Yip, if it is an embedded package, with just contents, Chocolatey will wipe out the folder on uninstallation

Chocolatey is a tad bit smarter than that. On uninstall it removes all unchanged files and leaves files that have changed. If you uninstall with force, it will wipe all files, including files created and user changed files. Same goes for upgrade.

@RickStrahl @gep13 chocolatey/choco#1139 for the uninstall issue - it looks like something was running and locking the folder, so when it moves the files to lib-bkp and later attempts to delete them, it fails because the locked files are now there.
Rob Reynolds
@ferventcoder
It should not cause a failure, only warnings. However it looks like in this case it may not have had the ability to create the copies back in the actual lib directory so it considered it a failure.
:point_up: January 15, 2017 4:26 AM for the push hang. I push up 7MB and don't run into this very often. Let me see if maintenance can clear this up.
Rob Reynolds
@ferventcoder
@RickStrahl I just performed maintenance on Chocolatey.org. It's coming back up now. I'd be curious to know if you are still running into hangups after this.
Rick Strahl
@RickStrahl
@ferventcoder Yeah I saw the error message, but I checked and I made sure there was nothing running or any explorer folders open in the folder structure which made that puzzling.
@ferventcoder I did run from a local folder install for testing though - not sure if that would make a difference. I give it another try now after reboot.
Rick Strahl
@RickStrahl
@ferventcoder So I tried a few things here and I notice that everything works from an elevated command prompt. But from a non elevated prompt it doesn't work. Left unelevated, right elevated.
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This is a portable install and shouldn't need any admin rights to install. No admin tag in the nuspec.
@ferventcoder @gep13 Shouldn't I be able to install from a non-elevated prompt with this portable install?
Rob Reynolds
@ferventcoder
If you have installed choco to a directory other than the default, then yes
The default installation directory is locked down to admins only with modify access
we highlight that in the more options section oh the install page. Also on the security page
Rick Strahl
@RickStrahl
@ferventcoder So then what's the point of a portable install if you still require admin? Shouldn't choco install in a location that doesn't require admin rights?
Rick Strahl
@RickStrahl
@ferventcoder Ok, fair enough. I was under the impression that Chocolatey could run under limited rights, because that's what several people were asking for. So when I don't specify Admin rights on the installer does it run the installer under Admin as well or under user account? I thought this was the whole point of a portable, non-admin capable install.
We probably should move this over to @chocolate.org group :-)
Rob Reynolds
@ferventcoder
Chocolatey can run under limited rights. By default it does not due to more secure by default settings
Rick Strahl
@RickStrahl
@gep13 BTW, you can now do:
---
Title: @Model.ActiveDocument.Title
Published: @DateTime.Now.ToString("yyy-MM-dd")
Tags: 
- ~
---
In 1.1.20 of Markdown Monster. No more @Razor code block required to figure out the file name.
That feature needs a little more work - like it should also capture a title from FrontMatter.
Gary Ewan Park
@gep13
@RickStrahl sweet!
will give that a try as well
hmm, when I try the above, I get...
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signing off for just now, but will try again later
thanks again for all your help!
Rick Strahl
@RickStrahl
Maybe it didn't make it in 1.1.20. It's in there for next rev though.
Ah yes, it's in 1.1.20.1 (from Web site only)
Gary Ewan Park
@gep13
Gotcha, will keep an eye out for it.
Rob Reynolds
@ferventcoder
Nice!
it's actually very naive
Rick Strahl
@RickStrahl
Yeah I'm also doing that front matter parsing already for Weblog posts - just have to pull that code out and plug into the Title property retrieval which will be useful in other places as well.
Rick Strahl
@RickStrahl
@ferventcoder @gep13 The Title parsing for Front Matter will be part of the next release (1.1.22 and later).
Gary Ewan Park
@gep13
Sweet!
Rob Reynolds
@ferventcoder
:+1:
Mordechai Zuber
@M-Zuber
RickStrahl/MarkdownMonster#119
With regards to that issue, I noticed that there is no concept of opening a folder, which makes my point loose a lot
Any thoughts on adding a concept folder/project concept to MM?
Rick Strahl
@RickStrahl
There's no reason an addin couldn't do that however. You'd basically could have your own configuration in an addin that has a base folder.
I'm not sure if I want to go down the path of building a new 'editor' that treats folders like projects for the main editor. That adds a lot of complexity. Maybe in the future. But again an Addin can easily handle that with keeping a base folder and it's own set of configuration settings for each 'project'.
There have been a bunch of requests for adding folder display support. I think it's something that I might do a little later for a 2.0 version, but for now I want the main editor to focus on core editing related stuff.
Mordechai Zuber
@M-Zuber
Makes sense
As far as the wyam add in, I spoke to a number of other wyam users, and the consensus was that a more generic command line launcher makes more sense for an initial effore, so I will open an issue for that
Mordechai Zuber
@M-Zuber
Another thing - where is the best place to understand how the existing infrastuctre for publishing to a blog works?
Rick Strahl
@RickStrahl
What do you want to know? How it works, or how to do it?