View source code for YouTube Playlist Downloader online

5 July, 2009 § 1 Comment

I’ve just uploaded the source code for the YouTube Playlist Downloader online to Google Code. You can view the source by browsing the trunk on the YTPD Google Code site.

The download link will stay the same since ClickOnce isn’t supported on Google Code. I may find myself adding in the setup executable to the download area within the Google Code project, but that executable will simply point at my domain due to the aforementioned issue.

I’m using Mercurial for the version control system, and it is my first time working with a distributed version control system (DVCS). I’m looking forward to being able to work in branches and move complete features in to the trunk. From my first steps that I have taken, these DVCS systems seem to be the inverse of systems like Subversion. In Subversion, most work is done in the trunk, and then releases are either moved to a branch or tagged, whereas in Mercurial work is done in branches and then merged in to the trunk when considered complete.

Feel free to peruse the code and lend me any suggestions you may have. I am actively looking for contributors, so if you would like to get involved in some WPF and C# then you may have just found the project you were looking for.

YouTube Playlist Downloader 1.1.2 released

29 June, 2009 § 4 Comments

I’ve just released a new version of my YouTube Playlist Downloader. This is a quick bug fix that should help out some users who had troubles getting the program to run.

You can download version 1.1.2 of YouTube Playlist Downloader here for free. As always, let me know any comments you have and I will try to incorporate them in to the next version.

Release notes:

In this version, I removed the check at program start up to see if the computer has the required version of the .Net framework installed. I have now switched over to a ClickOnce application, and the installer will check for .Net before you can install YouTube Playlist Downloader. This should help many people with the issues that they were experiencing when trying to run the program. Also, this will help when releasing new updates since you will be notified automatically when one is released.

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