These are chat archives for chocolatey/ChocolateyGUI

2nd
May 2017
Hitesh
@TechMinder
May 02 2017 14:33
@dragon788 Thanks, it works. I should have known this flag -pre. Anyways, Thanks a ton. I was able to install pre-release.
Hitesh
@TechMinder
May 02 2017 14:39
Even with the pre-release, I am unable to add local network drive source.
It says failed to query source. I can add the same source through commandline though.
Hitesh
@TechMinder
May 02 2017 14:55
@dragon788 command 'choco install chocolateygui -pre' doesn't provide the version I see when I run chocolateygui code in Visual Studio.
Gary Ewan Park
@gep13
May 02 2017 14:56
@TechMinder what version of ChocolateyGUI do you now have installed?
Hitesh
@TechMinder
May 02 2017 14:57
it seems -pre didn't install pre-release instead it installed the stable version v0.13.2
Gary Ewan Park
@gep13
May 02 2017 14:58
Did you also run the command to add the additional source, as @dragon788 suggested, or, rather, run the single command here:
Hitesh
@TechMinder
May 02 2017 14:59
I didn't run that command. I ran command provided by @dragon788
let me uninstall and install it again
Gary Ewan Park
@gep13
May 02 2017 15:00
@dragon788 provided two commands. One to add the source, and then to run with the -pre flag
did you run the first command?
Hitesh
@TechMinder
May 02 2017 15:00
This time I am running choco install chocolateygui --source https://www.myget.org/F/chocolateygui/ --pre
Gary Ewan Park
@gep13
May 02 2017 15:00
they are essentially the same thing
Hitesh
@TechMinder
May 02 2017 15:01
I just ran single command
and it did install pre-release version
@gep13 Thanks, it works now.
Gary Ewan Park
@gep13
May 02 2017 15:03
:+1:
Hitesh
@TechMinder
May 02 2017 15:04
@gep13 a quick question, do we have a plan to add a new feature to take user inputs before we install any package. like username and password for specif installer
This should show up based on some additional file in the package for the input. maybe using env variable
I have devexpress package, in order to install it silently, it requires username and password passed in the command line.