As everybody else, I wanted to see what ChatGPT could do. I love finding recipes on YouTube, but sometimes, a good set of instruction is better than the whole story of the recipe. Especially when I want to do the… Continue Reading →
Code to help you detect if the wanted version of .NET Core is installed on the user machine when using Inno Setup and Pascal programming.
At work we’re using debian packaging to prepare our release, this mean we need to prepare the changelog, commit the change on the changelog and tag the release. Moreover we need to track what the current release number and to… Continue Reading →
Like in a lot of companies, SalesForce is used to manage customer file and information. Our application need to interface with the SF Database to either update/create records or fetch some information for our support/marketing. We encounter a weird issue… Continue Reading →
I went through my google analytic log and updated the referrer blacklist for Nginx. As before, it’s available as a gist on GitHub.
I’ve been playing around with let’s encrypt and the official client available on github. I have to admit the client is great to automatize the process and with some tweaking can be also applied to nginx. But it’s slow and… Continue Reading →
I needed a way to auto-tag my release when I’m modifying the AssemblyInfo.cs file in my C# application. I created a pre-commit, post-commit and simple version.sh file to do so: The version.sh contain which file need to be monitored. When… Continue Reading →