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Gary Ewan Park
@gep13
@pascalberger sorry, not sure I follow what you mean. Can you elaborate?
Pascal Berger
@pascalberger
I've the strange issue that asssuming VsixUrl = "https://devexpress.gallerycdn.vsassets.io/extensions/devexpress/coderushforroslyn/16.1.9/1479316540606/163212/20/DevExpress.CodeRush.Roslyn-16.1.9.vsix" I end with a zip file in the temp directory
The zip file contains the actual vsix file
Resulting in failing checksum validation
Gary Ewan Park
@gep13
@pascalberger and what does this have to do with ChocolateyGUI?
Pascal Berger
@pascalberger
Oops, wrong channel :) Sorry
Gary Ewan Park
@gep13
ha ha, no worries :-D
Manfred Wallner
@mwallner
@gep13 I know this sounds stupid, but would it be possible to make the next ChocoGui skip version 0.14.x? - I've been playing around with it a lot lately an just realized today that I've installed a (modifies) 0
0.14.1 version at a couple of colleges PC's (30+) :worried: - skipping 0.14.x would do me a great favor ...
What the.. can't fix typos in Gitter/Android??
@gep13 I'd suggest the Feature_Overhaul branch is 'big enough' to declare it's merge a reason to do a major version increase :smile:
Gary Ewan Park
@gep13
@mwallner I am sure that we can arrange something. Not sure when I am going to get to ChocolateyGUI, need to sort out a few other things first, but then I aim to tackle it and get a release out
Manfred Wallner
@mwallner
@gep13 ++
:smile: :+1:
Walter Wojciechowski
@wallywojo
anyone aware of what causes many weird packages to appear when adding your own repo to sources in Choco GUI?
dragon788
@dragon788
@wallywojo do you have a screenshot to show an example?
Walter Wojciechowski
@wallywojo
thanks in advance, looks like this:
https://s3.postimg.org/qipcq9fg3/chocolatey_GUI.png
dragon788
@dragon788
can you throw in a screenshot of your Chocolatey/Nuget sources list as well, either run choco source or open the ChocoGUI and snag the list from there?
Walter Wojciechowski
@wallywojo
dragon788
@dragon788
are you using Nuget.Server or some other Nuget host for the internal feed? it seems like maybe it is publishing package fields that it shouldn't be as separate packages
Walter Wojciechowski
@wallywojo
i am using ProGet but have it configured as a chocolatey feed. yes i have no idea from where it is pullling this information
Gary Ewan Park
@gep13
@wallywojo what happens if you do choco search --source http://...
do those entries come back?
Walter Wojciechowski
@wallywojo
odd, yes they do. If for example i do search google --by-id-only i get 359 items even when specifiying only my local private repo
Gary Ewan Park
@gep13
ChocolateyGUI is driven directly by the results that it gets back from calling Chocolatey directly, so looks like the underlying issue here is something in Chocolatey combined with ProGet
can you do the same test with the --source of chocolatey.org, as per your output from choco source
do you get stray entries from that?
Walter Wojciechowski
@wallywojo
agree, just wondering if anyone was familiar with it
Gary Ewan Park
@gep13
certainly doesn't ring any bells for me, but I haven't used ProGet in a while
Walter Wojciechowski
@wallywojo
nevermind, figured it out. by default ProGet had a nuget connector and this was introducing many public gallery packages to appear as if they were local. disabling that connector makes it appear as expected. thanks for the assistance and hope this helps someone out in the future if they are newbie like me.
Gary Ewan Park
@gep13
@wallywojo++
The chocolatiest bot this side of the Mississippi
@choco-bot
wallywojo leveled up! (Karma: 1)
Gary Ewan Park
@gep13
glad to hear that you got this figured out!
dragon788
@dragon788
Makes sense that the public nuget is probably a bit cluttered
Richard Simpson
@RichiCoder1
I swear I have a love/hate relationship with this build system.
aslkdajdlkajskldjaslkdjasld yes yes yes green build finally
Gary Ewan Park
@gep13
@RichiCoder1 what were the main issues that you were seeing?
Richard Simpson
@RichiCoder1
Chocolatey can't download 2016.2 CLI tools and the 2016.1 tools choke when processing the AutoFac dependency
Gary Ewan Park
@gep13
ah, I seem to remember that happening on GitReleaseManager as well, so I swapped the psake script there for a cake build
Richard Simpson
@RichiCoder1
Yup. There are ways we could patch it, but the fix should probably just be upgrading the whole thing to a shiny new cake build :)
Gary Ewan Park
@gep13
agreed. It is my default option now for creating builds, and I think it makes sense here also
Richard Simpson
@RichiCoder1
Yup yup
dragon788
@dragon788
not fair talking about Cake if you didn't bring enough for everybody :)
Gary Ewan Park
@gep13
@dragon788 there is plenty of cake for everyone: http://cakebuild.net/
:-P
dragon788
@dragon788
ewwww, C#
I'm a simple man, give me PowerShell or Python :) Invoke-Build might be my next junk food
Manfred Wallner
@mwallner
@dragon788 ++ :D
Gary Ewan Park
@gep13
@dragon788 I code all day in C#, so writing my build scripts in it as well is a welcome relief to having to code in something else, especially when things aren't working. The ability to debug the build scripts as well is very useful :-D
Richard Simpson
@RichiCoder1
Agreed.