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Josenildo Silva
@Hygens
Please, How to install chocolatey in one specific folder, for example: d:\pm?
Gary Ewan Park
@gep13
@Hygens have a look here https://chocolatey.org/install
Jorge Durán
@ganchito55
Hi I'm working in a project that uses chocolatey.lib nuget package like ChocolateyGUI, but I don't find any documentation about how to use that library so I'm trying to follow the ChocolateyGUI code. However I don't get anything ...
Do you have some documentation, guide, manual or place where can I find how to use it?
Thanks
I know that this problem isn't 100% chocolateyGUI related, but I think that you are the unique people that know how to use that lib.
Gary Ewan Park
@gep13
@ganchito55 no documentation that I am aware of know. Best bet would be to look at the source code of ChocolateyGUI and see how it is doing it
Jorge Durán
@ganchito55
Ok, I tried it however I have a problem in runtime so ChocolateyGUI crash and I can analyze the methods that you use for each functions :S
Jorge Durán
@ganchito55
Anyway thanks @gep13 I'm working with that code
The function that I will want to have and I'm trying to code is a GUI that connects with OneDrive, so for example I could export to OneDrive a file with the software that I have in my laptop, then I format my laptop and finally I install the GUI, import the file from OneDrive and It restores all software.
I think that it can be a great feature
casottiAugusto
@casottiAugusto
help me_
help me after making the cuttlefish new, caught after
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Stewart Scott Rogers
@StewartScottRogers
in regards to “The Chocolately GUI does not support authenticated feeds (if Windows Integrated Authentication is enabled, it will not work).” This contact Karl Harnagy kharnagy@inedo.com {ProGet} has communicated with me regarding this issue and is the one who made that statement. Maybe they can provide a free version of ProGet for you to qualify your CHOCOLATE GUI. Then they can prosper, and you can put a useful backend (Windows Artifactory) on you product for Microsoft Shops. I have Octopus and use its very limited but built in Artifactory for deployment. I really would prefer only one all serving Artifactory and tool set. UNIX is there now. The windows ecosystem needs to mature!
Manfred Wallner
@mwallner
@RichiCoder1 bump
Manfred Wallner
@mwallner
will future releases of ChocolateyGUI support 'verbose console input'? - like Read-Host "please provide xyz: " - in the current version of the GUI I'm stuck with the Building chocolatey command...
Rob Reynolds
@ferventcoder
@StewartScottRogers choco supports authenticated feeds and is more "UNIX-y" ;)
@RichiCoder1 @gep13 out of curiosity, did the new GUI get into Chocolatey.org feed yet? I Would love to stop needing to point people to a different feed to install it.
Manfred Wallner
@mwallner
@ferventcoder There is a different feed with newer packages? :smile:
Rob Reynolds
@ferventcoder
The prerelease of the GUI has a myget feed. Listed from the readme
Stephen Price
@lythix
Hi. There is an issue on the chocolatey repo that I was thinking might make more sense to be implemented on ChoclateyGui. chocolatey/choco#803
I was imagining a system tray icon/app that periodically checks for package updates and notifies user via popup or windows 10 action center. thoughts?
Manfred Wallner
@mwallner
something like this?
-> not quite finished yet should be online mid october!
Gary Ewan Park
@gep13
@mwallner is that work that you are doing on ChocolateyGUI or another application?
Manfred Wallner
@mwallner
@gep13 it's called 'ChocoUpgradeNotifier' -> a seperate application that can trigger ChocolateyGUI or the commandline (if ChocolateyGUI is not installed)
@gep13 why? - would you be interested in integrating it into ChocolateyGUI?
Stephen Price
@lythix
@mwallner glad I asked. Exactly like that. Why could I not find it when I searched, is it a private repo perhaps?
My idea was to use something like oneget to query all of the install vectors for collecting your normal install list, and either sharing it with your peers, as well as using this list to pave a new machine. Chocolatey is just the start. Hence my interest to use something like Oneget (package manager manager)
Manfred Wallner
@mwallner
@Lythix kind of - I'm afraid you can't get it until I strip company specific data from it :smile: - as I said it'll probably be online next month, but I'll push it as soon as possible!
Stephen Price
@lythix
is it a product or is it designed to be open source eventually?
Manfred Wallner
@mwallner
definitely not a product, probably apache2 .. not sure yet
Stephen Price
@lythix
@mwallner my idea was born at a startup weekend, but was never worked on. Kind of "what's in my toolbox". Inspired by Scott Hanselman's Ulitmate tool list he updates every couple of years.
with a pro app that can both collect data on existing machine, to seed your share list, as well as be used when paving your new machine. Ie install it, and it tells you what you usually install.
but your notifier sounds like its a good start.
Manfred Wallner
@mwallner
Stephen Price
@lythix
thats the one.
his list is a manually curated list. My idea what to bring that idea to all devs/designers
so everyone can share their favourite tool list.
great way to discover new tools etc
and pave a new machine :)
Rob Reynolds
@ferventcoder
mwallner++
@choco-bot what's up?
Gary Ewan Park
@gep13
chocobot uptime
The chocolatiest bot this side of the Mississippi
@choco-bot
I've been sentient for 9 hours, 24 minutes and 41 seconds
Gary Ewan Park
@gep13
@ferventcoder I am going to guess that he was sleeping :-D
Rob Reynolds
@ferventcoder
mwallner++
The chocolatiest bot this side of the Mississippi
@choco-bot
mwallner leveled up! (Karma: 1)
Rob Reynolds
@ferventcoder
there we go
Manfred Wallner
@mwallner
:smile:
Vinay26k
@Vinay26k
There's a problem in installing chocolatey in Win 10 , I've tried all the installation methods mentioned in the https://chocoalatey.org page, the installation error is Exception calling "DownloadString" with "1" argument(s): "The remote server returned an error: (403) Forbidden."
At line:1 char:1