Cinchoo is the application framework for .NET. It largely includes large class libraries and provides many features like Configuration Management, Generic Application Host, CommandLine argument parser etc.
Below are the quick links to individual topics
- Configuration Management
- Generic Application Host
- CommandLine Argument Parser
- Tray Application Development
- Windows Services Development
- Shell Context Menu Development
- File Type Association Development
- INI File Parser
- Extension Methods
- Performance Counters
- Shell Development
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Excellent framework from what I have seen.
You mention in the license file
“Altered source versions must be plainly marked as such, and must not be misrepresented as being the original software.”
Is Cinchoo open source, and, if so, where can the source be obtained?
Good job but how to download files?
Goto Download section, you will see on right. Or use the link below
It will take you to Google Drive location, it will list all the files.
To download the zip, click ‘File/Download’ menu from the top menu. Hope it helps.
Yes, thank you. The problem is that in the link of Current Release (Jan 06, 2013 / v18.104.22.168) the “File->Downlaod” option is not present!
I was able to download the previous version but not the last.
I got it. Fixed the link. Please try now. Thanks for your help.
Well done. Thank you
Thanks for your excellent work with the Framework. Using it a few days I like to know if it’s possible to use Arrays oder List with base-types and /or my own classes in the configuration.
Thanks in advance!
There is nothing out of the box can do it. But I have a solution to accomplish your needs. I’ll be posting sample tonight. Thanks.
Great tool! Thanks for creating this. Not sure if this is something relative to the latest release but have been using this to convert json to csv using POCOs. However since updating to your latest version I lost the csv header row. I read your documentation and followed your examples and doesn’t seem to write it. I also downloaded your reference project located https://www.codeproject.com/KB/library/1193650/ChoQuickJSONToCSVConversion.zip and its also not writing the headers. Anything change?
Yes it was a bug with the recent release. Fixed and uploaded the binary to nuget. Pls take the latest.