@pauby I have well received your emails wrt. openvpn. Sorry I wasn't able to respect the deadline I proposed in the comment section. Had a domestic incident and lost usage of my right hand. Was busy with medical operation stuff :/ Will check at it since I now have "free" time. Typing at one hand is weird but I'm still managing to code ^^
@wget I'm just getting to this now. I'm sorry to hear about what happened. I hope things improve soon!
Sorry, I can't reproduce the Could not load file or assembly 'Microsoft.PowerShell.Security, Version=188.8.131.52' or one of its dependencies. and similar errors, I thin it's something with the test environment.
Gary Ewan Park
@ericoporto have you tested your package using the test environment?
Érico Vieira Porto
It doesn't match the output I am seeing in the gist file.
Also if I do a rerun I just get a different gist file, most of them just stop at a point without any messages, it's weird because this isn't even installing my package, it's a different package that is my dependency.
@pauby I have working packages for OpenVPN (sill unpublished). I asked a few friends of mine to test them on their Windows fleet, but it is broken on Intune based env. I cannot find the culprit, can I just release them as it in order to avoid again postponing that much expected release?
@wget If they work through Chocolatey and pass the Validator and Verifier I don't see any reason why you wouldn't publish them.
@wget No updates on OpenVPN as yet and no new packages pushed?
@SayakMukhopadhyay this is the correct channel yes. Reviewing the PR for the k9s package is on my TODO list, but unfortunately I have not yet had the time to do so.
Understandable, thanks for the response :)
Though, would you mind discussing about a different package? Its about https://community.chocolatey.org/packages/kubernetes-cli and I have sent a mail to the contact address but didn't get any response. I only discovered this gitter room yesterday so was wondering if someone can give me some feedback regarding an issue with this package.