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Like the title says: Great idea and what I gather from the screenshots, it looks real good too. Going to try this as soon as I find a spare moment somewhere.
Are you planning to also provide a NuGet package for this?
I'd like to provide a NuGet version. However, the problem with NuGet is that it can't perform certain actions that the Umbraco package installer can - such as creating a custom Dashboard section. So the NuGet version would require manual intervention to edit .config files to get it working. I'll have a think how best to do this and see if anyone can help with it... So stay tuned :)
Thanks will do. In the meantime I'll just use the Umbraco package
a solution could be to use Powershell script such as described in here: https://everydaylifein.net/netframework/running-powershell-scripts-during-nuget-package-installation-and-removal.html
I don't think it would be complicated to edit the configs file with this. I'm curious, I never created a Nuget Package. Maybe I'll give it a shot and if it works I'll give you the PowerShell script (even though I'm sure you'd be able to write it by yourself ;-))
I'm not great with powershell, so any help would be appreciated!
I'm currently adding a few new small features / fixes, so am gearing up for a new release soon.
Hehe, I heard about that (I did the last PR ;-)).
It’s seems pretty hard to create a nuget package for umbraco so it might take some times but I guess, based on the date of this post, this is not urgent :-D
Hah, yeah, of course:p
Anyway, don't worry - I know how to create a NuGet package, and I think I can probably programatically add a dashboard. I'll just have to see if I can throw it all together :)
You can add dashboard section from a nuget package using config transforms.
Have a look at my build process for Nexu.
Cool, thanks, Dave!
Ah ah, no excuse then :-D
Thanks Dave :-D
OK, it's taken over 2 years, but now a NuGet version is available!
Thanks to Dave for his nuget package using config transform and to Sébastien for his contribution!
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