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How can we integrate this with chocolatey? :) #2

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ferventcoder opened this issue Oct 3, 2013 · 7 comments
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How can we integrate this with chocolatey? :) #2

ferventcoder opened this issue Oct 3, 2013 · 7 comments

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@ferventcoder ferventcoder commented Oct 3, 2013

I just found this...this is super neat...

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@lukesampson lukesampson commented Oct 3, 2013

Holy shit, it's Rob from Chocolatey!! Look what you've started, now everyone's trying to create their own Windows package manager ;)

Thanks for checking out my attempt. I know you're only kidding about Chocolatey integration, but I'd be keen to collaborate—it seems like we're on similar missions.

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@ferventcoder ferventcoder commented Oct 3, 2013

Not really kidding. You can make nuget pkgs a known format and take
advantage of over 1200 pkgs through a scoop chocolatey command.

I'm thinking of something similar in choco for scoop, much like we do with
other pkg mgrs.

On Thursday, October 3, 2013, Luke Sampson wrote:

Holy shit, it's Rob from Chocolatey!! Look what you've started, now
everyone's trying to create their own Windows package manager ;)

Thanks for checking out my attempt. I know you're only kidding about
Chocolatey integration, but I'd be keen to collaborate—it seems like we're
on similar missions.


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@lukesampson lukesampson commented Oct 3, 2013

Oh right—but then why wouldn't you just have Chocolatey and Scoop installed so you can use both? I do.

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@ferventcoder ferventcoder commented Oct 3, 2013

True story.

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Oh right—but then why wouldn't you just have Chocolatey and Scoop
installed so you can use both? I do.


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@ferventcoder ferventcoder commented Oct 3, 2013

Am hoping for more clients at some point. Choco doesn't need to be the only
client to its infrastructure. Of coyrse the infrastructure needs to become
more approachable.

On Thursday, October 3, 2013, Rob Reynolds wrote:

True story.

On Thursday, October 3, 2013, Luke Sampson wrote:

Oh right—but then why wouldn't you just have Chocolatey and Scoop
installed so you can use both? I do.


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@lukesampson lukesampson commented Oct 4, 2013

Chocolatey is always going to the best client for Chocolatey infrastructure ;) Although—has anyone come up with a GUI client for Chocolatey yet? That would be a great alternative to the Windows 8 App Store.

Meanwhile, Scoop's designed to work with a bare minimum of infrastructure—a git repo pointing to some zip files somewhere on the web. I think this is a strength for Scoop, because it doesn't attempt to do everything that Chocolatey can do. And fortunately for everyone on Windows, Chocolatey is there to handle the full-spectrum of install scenarios.

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@voltagex voltagex commented Nov 4, 2013

There's also CoApp which has some differing goals but plays in the same space.

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