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Luke’s Setup Assistant: A New Home

I have finally gotten my proverbial shit together and gotten my little systems utility a proper domain name. So Luke’s Setup Assistant has a legit, professional looking home now. Which hopefully makes it look more like a tool one would … Continue reading

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Merging .NET Assemblies

I’m not sure if any of you are using Luke’s Setup Assistant tool, but it has been slowly growing and expanding. I stopped posting about it here after every update, because I didn’t want Terminally Incoherent turning to an update … Continue reading

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Setup Assitant 0.8 is out

Firstly, sorry for dropping off the face of the earth yesterday morning. My host sucks, and I’m to lazy and too afraid of change to do anything about it. Secondly, sorry about lame pi related post. I just wasn’t that … Continue reading

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Setup Assistant 0.7 and other apps

Setup Assistant 0.7 is now available for download. Much of the modifications I made to it were in response to the feedback here. For example, I added application cacheing, so that the third party tools only have to be downloaded … Continue reading

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SetupAssistant Update

Since I’m dog fooding SetupAssistant it has been sort of slowly growing on me. It also is half broken half the time. This is mostly due to the fact I’m still supporting tons of Windows XP machines, and this is … Continue reading

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Setup Assistant

Recently I have been working on a little tool for myself. It sort of evolved from a tiny little executable with 5 buttons to a miniature control panel app that it is right now. It is basically a response to … Continue reading

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