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eclipse_installer 1.10 (for Eclipse 3.2.2) has been released

eclipse_installer is an NSIS installer I whipped up to make it easy to install version 3.2.2 of Eclipse, the following "Top 10" plugins:

  1. Web Tools (WTP & WTP-WST)
  2. Eclipse Platform/SDK
  3. C/C++ Development Tools (CDT)
  4. Test & Performance Tools (TPTP)
  5. Eclipse Modeling Framework (EMF)
  6. Visual Editor (VE)
  7. Graphical Editing Framework (GEF)
  8. Standard Widget Toolkit (SWT)
  9. Business Intelligence and Reporting (BIRT)
  10. Data Tools Platform Project (DTP)

as well as these additional plugins:

  1. Automated-Tests
  2. Examples
  3. FTP-WebDAV
  4. Java Development Tools (JDT)
  5. PHP IDE
  6. Plugin Development Environment (PDE)
  7. Test-Framework
  8. UML2

Also included are these third party plugins:

  1. CSSEditor
  2. EclipseNSIS
  3. JasperAssistant
  4. PHPEclipse
  5. QuantumDB
  6. RubyEclipse

You can download the binary here and the binary with the source code here.

attr 1.4 has been released

DOS's attrib command does not allow you to set the attributes for hidden and system files. Also, it aborts if it encountered an error. So I wrote attr.

You can download the binary here and the source code here.

Here's the changelog:

path_set 1.3 has been released

I tried setx, and other environmental editors, but none did everything I wanted. Some would change the value from REG_EXPAND_SZ to REG_SZ. Other's wouldn't let me add a REG_EXPAND_SZ variable such as %ProgramFiles%.
So I wrote path_set.

You can download the binary here and the source code here.

Here's the changelog.txt:

regdelta 0.2 has been released

I created regdelta to provide an automated way to produce .reg files of changes made when installing or running applications.

You can download the binary here and the binary with the source code here.

The program includes a complete test suite. Using it, I even discovered a few anomolies with the Microsoft tools regedit, and reg.

Here's the changelog:

nirsoft_installer 1.40 has been released (announcement)

nirsoft_installer 1.40 has been released. Details at http://smithii.com/nirsoft_installer.

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nirsoft_installer 1.40 has been released (announcement)

si_installer 1.14 has been released (announcement)

si_installer 1.14 has been released (announcement)

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nirsoft_installer 1.36 has been released (announcement)

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Binaries of Apache 2.0.61 for Windows with OpenSSL 0.9.8g (mod_ssl) and mod_deflate support

Binaries of Apache 2.2.6 are available here.

I wanted to compile Apache with SSL support, and found the instructions at http://www.devside.net/web/server/windows/apache-ssl-deflate very helpful, but I wanted to automate the process as much as possible.

So I created the makefile apache-2.0.61.mak. To use, you will need to have Cygwin (including flex), ActiveState Perl, an assembler (NTDDK or NASM), and MSVC 6.0 or later installed. Review the paths at the beginning of apache.mak, and modify as needed. Then, to compile Apache, simply type:

$ make -f apache-2.0.61.mak

To run apache with SSL support, you will need to stop any other services that are using port 80, or port 443. For example, if you have already have Apache running, type:

c:\> net stop apache2

Now start the SSL version of Apache:

C:\> C:/Program Files/Apache Group/Apache2\apache -D SSL

To test it, simply browse to https://127.0.0.1/. Since this is a self signed certificate, you will receive a message about an unknown certificate authority. Simply click 'Ok' and you should see Apache's standard welcome page.

Using httpd-2.0.61_zlib-1.2.3.patch, this version compiles using the latest version of zlib (1.2.3).

Binaries, and some example configuration files, are available in apache-2.0.61_openssl-0.9.8g.zip.

seterlvl 1.1 has been released

seterlvl is a very simple utility to set the errorlevel on the command line.

You can download the binary here and the binary with the source code here.

Here's the readme.txt:

exetype 1.1 has been released

To automate the creation of .lnk files to Windows GUI applications, I needed a way to programatically determine the type of an .exe. So I wrote exetype.

You can download the binary here and the source code here.

mklnk 1.2 has been released

I needed an easy way to create .lnk files on the command line, and couldn't find one online that suited me, so I crafted my own.

You can download the binary here and the source code here.

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