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Trusted Binary needed #42

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MortimerNeuss opened this Issue Mar 28, 2017 · 5 comments

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MortimerNeuss commented Mar 28, 2017

Hey

I find this piece of code very appealing for the problem that is solves.
I get that there is no binary and that I gotta have build my own. I downloaded VS2013 and opened it, but it went instantly to "Trial expired" Mode. He didnt give me a single minute of using VS to build your code. After searching I found the mandatory StackOverflow Thread where people had success with using a special setTime Script (SO link, RunAsDate v1.31). I tried different Times and Years but nothing worked.
I could sign up apparently and might be able to receive a license, but that is not how OpenSource should be handled imho. Currently, I'm not able to build the projects because of the caged IDE. Do you see any way of offering a trusted binary - because I would snatch it in a heartbeat :)

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calvertdw commented Apr 24, 2017

Not hard to build this yourself. Download the latest version of Visual Studio community, clone this project from Github, build in Release mode. There is your .exe!

Edit: Sorry for being "that guy". I agree let's get and exe there!

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drauch commented Apr 5, 2018

👍 Would love to see an installer as well.

@rodrigoratan

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rodrigoratan commented Apr 5, 2018

Would you acept an PR of an installer?

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spikespaz commented Apr 23, 2018

@calvertdw I don't want VS on my computer especially for one software. Binaries should be provided through the releases page on GitHub. It's a matter of principle.

Besides, it's a pain in the ass to uninstall, and it takes a sizeable portion of small solid state drives.

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calvertdw commented Jul 31, 2018

I don't want VS on my computer

Okay...

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