I suggest that you print my WinRAR manual and read the Options chapter, after the section on file archiving.
You also want to look at Windows security model for RAR and WINRAR: file archiving, compressing and encrypting.
How can I get the build number of the package that my project is built with nuget.exe
When I run nuget.exe pack (full or edit-script) my project, I get an int value in the log:
MyProject.Version = 126.96.36.199
I would like to be able to look at that value, rather than the misleading.csproj properties, to see if a particular build was successful. Is there a way to access it?
NuGet always looks at the build number in the package.config. If you are installing your own packages, then you need to write your own logic, read the latest version of the package, and compare against the latest version.
September 1, 2010
I’ve been a little bummed out about the fact that I spent my entire summer getting my butt kicked and thinking I can’t do this anymore. I’ve watched the progress of other people working out harder than I’ve ever worked out, as well as watched my friends get stronger and faster than they’ve ever been. I thought I’d be able to do some good lifting on a regular basis, now I’m realizing there’s a pretty good chance that won’t happen. At the end of the day, I don’t have anyone to brag to. I don’t know how to complain about it since no one is around to hear me. I’m sorry for sounding like an ass. I’m sorry. 0b46394aab