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WiX Toolset

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The Windows Installer XML (WiX) is a toolset that builds Windows installation packages from XML source code. The toolset supports a command line environment that developers may integrate into their build processes to build MSI and MSM setup packages.

WiX Toolset - Windows Installer XML

  •    CSharp

The Windows Installer XML (WiX) is a toolset that builds Windows installation packages from XML source code. The toolset supports a command line environment that developers may integrate into their build processes to build MSI and MSM setup packages.

mac-dev-playbook - Mac setup and configuration via Ansible.

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This playbook installs and configures most of the software I use on my Mac for web and software development. Some things in macOS are slightly difficult to automate, so I still have some manual installation steps, but at least it's all documented here. This is a work in progress, and is mostly a means for me to document my current Mac's setup. I'll be evolving this set of playbooks over time.

guide - Kubernetes clusters for the hobbyist.

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The tinkerers of today are the leaders of tomorrow. This guide answers the question of how to setup and operate a fully functional, secure Kubernetes cluster on a cloud provider such as Hetzner Cloud, DigitalOcean or Scaleway. It explains how to overcome the lack of external ingress controllers, fully isolated secure private networking and persistent distributed block storage.




mac-setup - Installing Development environment on macOS

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This guide covers the basics of setting up a development environment on a new Mac. Whether you are an experienced programmer or not, this guide is intended for everyone to use as a reference for setting up your environment or installing languages/libraries. Some of the environments we will set up are Node (JavaScript), Python, C++ and Ruby. Even if you don't program in all of them, they are useful to have as many command-line tools rely on them. We'll also show you some useful daily use applications. As you read and follow these steps, feel free to post any feedback or comments you may have.

dotfiles - 🖥️ Automated Configuration, Preferences and Software Installation for macOS

  •    Vim

I will update your MacOS machine with Better™ system defaults, preferences, software configuration and even auto-install some handy development tools and apps that my developer friends find helpful. You don't need to install or configure anything upfront! This works with a brand-new machine from the factory as well as an existing machine that you've been working with for years.

WixEdit - Edit WiX Source files

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WixEdit is an editor for XML source code of the Windows Installer XML (WiX) toolset. WixEdit lets you create MSI and MSM setup packages with the WiX Toolset. It provides a visual representation of the dialogs and an easy way to edit the WiX source files.

MS AJAX 1.0 Setup Project Prerequisite for Visual Studio 2005

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Make Microsoft AJAX 1.0 Extensions redistributable with a Visual Studio setup project/bootsrapper prerequisite.


WiX Extended Bootstrapper Application

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An extended WiX bootstrapper Application based on the WiX standard bootstrapper application.

DreamShield Deployment Tools

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A free deployment tool to create installer program for any .NET based applications but also dynamic updates from a web server. You can also publish directly your software to a web server with only a few clicks. It's mainly developed in C# but contains portions in C++.

Vampire Knight Transformation Pack

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This program is a GUI transformation pack which can bring "Vampire Knight" style to your computer GUI. Language: VB.NET IDE+Platform: Visual Studio 2005 + .NET Framework 2.0

Dependency Checker

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Dependency Checker is a utility for verifying that a set of prerequisites is present on a machine. The set of dependencies is defined in a configuration file. For more information, see http://dependencychecker.codeplex.com/documentation

ansible-role-apache - Ansible Role - Apache 2.x.

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An Ansible Role that installs Apache 2.x on RHEL/CentOS, Debian/Ubuntu, SLES and Solaris. If you are using SSL/TLS, you will need to provide your own certificate and key files. You can generate a self-signed certificate with a command like openssl req -x509 -nodes -days 365 -newkey rsa:2048 -keyout example.key -out example.crt.

usethis - Set up commonly used 📦 components

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usethis is a workflow package: it automates repetitive tasks that arise during project setup and development, both for R packages and non-package projects. Most use_*() functions operate on the active project: literally, a directory on your computer. If you’ve just used usethis to create a new package or project, that will be the active project. Otherwise, usethis verifies that current working directory is or is below a valid project directory and that becomes the active project. Use proj_get() or proj_sitrep() to manually query the project and read more in the docs.

dotfiles - Zsh, Karabiner, VS Code, Sublime, Neovim, Nix, Hammerspoon

  •    Vim

These are the various configuration files I use on macOS. I wrote about how you can customize your shell experience in an article here. You can also see my top used applications, Safari extensions and Alfred workflows I use here.

vs-setup-samples - This is a sample in various programming languages that demonstrates how developers can use the new Visual Studio setup query API

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The included samples show how to use the new setup configuration API for discovering instances of Visual Studio "15".You can install multiple instances of Visual Studio with different workloads, or from different channels or versions. The majority of components are now lightweight installs using the same container format as VSIX packages for faster installs and cleaner uninstalls.

redisetup - Redis setup scripts

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This configuration is now using small and middle sized production environments. To use it in production is up to you.

wordless_gem - The quickest CLI tool to setup a new WordPress locally. Wordless ready.

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The quickest CLI tool to setup a new WordPress locally. Wordless ready. This is a ruby-gem, so we expect you have already installed ruby, since it is there by default on Mac and Linux; if it isn't the case, probably you'll like to take a look to rbenv.