I just joined Chocolatey, which is sort of like yum or apt-get for Windows. HeidiSQL was already listed there but was outdated, so I created a package with the current 9.3 release.
See the package here: https://chocolatey.org/packages/HeidiSQL
Nice!! Congrats man.
Hey! Any chance you could update the package to the latest stable and also add the cheksums? Chocolatey now does not allow packages without checksums.
This package downloads a tool to quickly do a checksum: https://chocolatey.org/packages/checksum:
cinst -y checksum checksum -t=sha256 -f=HeidiSQL_188.8.131.5225_Setup.exe
and in the
chocolateyInstall.ps1 add this:
checksum = 'whatever checksum outputs' checksumType = 'sha256'
I'm a bit hesitating to support the Chocolatey package any longer. I have asked in the chat for some way to automate the release process, with no answer. I don't want to create a package manually for each release.
I wrote this little script that builds the package automatically, by accessing the website and checking the latest stable version (couldn't attach, see here: https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/41761522/HeidiSQL.zip). It downloads the installer, calculates the checksum (requires
checksum package from Chocolatey), creates the
.nupkg and puts it in the
At this point, the script does not push the package to Chocolatey gallery, but it could be easily automated using
choco push (https://github.com/chocolatey/choco/wiki/CommandsPush). It would require you to get the API key from the Chocolatey website.
Please, feel free to hack the script in any way or form you want.
Uh, that's a Powershell script, will have to learn about that first. However, thanks a lot for helping.
What do you use to script on Windows platform instead of PoSh?
PHP, most of the time.
Oh, that another "unix way" attempt... Windows != Linux, just another waste of time. Your integrated auto-update is more than enough.
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