Monday, May 2, 2011

CandyWrapper Now On GitHub

Ever since the initial release of CandyWrapper back in March of 2009, the intention was to make its source code available to the community, to allow them to constructively criticize it, improve or expand upon the work.

Things, unfortunately, do not always go according to plan.  Although, in this case, it is probably for the best as the time elapsed has allowed for better tools to emerge to simplify this process. 

Anyway, I am happy to announce that this past weekend, I released the code to the CandyWrapper project. It is a C# class library, originally created with VisualStudio 2008. Over the next few weeks, I plan on adding other files to the project, including a small test application and the source code for the installer.

You can download the source code from GitHub, by visiting the following link:  

I ask for your patience (and any tips) with regards to my usage of GitHub, as it is a new tool to me. Likewise, given that fact, it is unlikely I will be able to assist you with any problems you might experience using it.

I hope you find this contribution of assistance to your work.

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