PodcastUtilities are a set of utilities designed to help manage digital media on removable drives. Including utilities to download podcasts, sync podcasts and generate playlists.
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Build Scripts
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DownloadPodcasts
GeneratePlaylist
OpenCover Scripts
POC/MtpSpike
PartCover Scripts
PerfmonCountersInstaller
PodcastUtilities.App
PodcastUtilities.Common.Tests
PodcastUtilities.Common
PodcastUtilities.Integration.Tests
PodcastUtilities.Ioc
PodcastUtilities.PortableDevices.Tests
PodcastUtilities.PortableDevices
PodcastUtilities.Presentation.Tests
PodcastUtilities.Presentation
PurgePodcasts
References
SamplePodcastFiles
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SyncPodcasts
Test
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_PreBuiltPackages
.gitignore
BuildAll.cmd
CustomDictionary.xml
LICENSE.txt
PodcastUtilities.FxCop
PodcastUtilities.nunit
PodcastUtilities.sln
README.md
SetProgramFilesEnv.bat
coverage-opencover.bat
coverage-partcover.bat
coverage_report-opencover.bat
coverage_report-partcover.bat
fxcop.bat

README.md

PodcastUtilities

PodcastUtilities are a set of utilities designed to help manage digital media on removable drives. Utilities are provided to Download Podcasts, Sync Podcasts and Generate Playlists

In this repository

  • The _PreBuildPackages folder has a compiled ZIP file for use on Windows XP, Vista, 7, 8, 10 and .NET framework v3.5 if you just want to run the app
  • Tools section contains installers for the open source tools used to build the app
  • The rest of the repository contains the C# code, scripts and documentation to build the app

Requirements to compile the code

  • VisualStudio 2010 (any version including the free versions)
  • You can probably use later versions but that is untried
  • In the past I did check that SharpDevelop worked so that might also be an option
  • NUnit, MSBuild Community Tasks (installers are in the tools folder)
  • Run the tests in VisualStudio - also there is a TeamCity project that runs the tests
  • To build from the command line run BuildAll (after installing the community tasks)