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Kajabity Tools Version 0.4 Released – Strongly Named, Deployed to NuGet.org and GitHub Releases

Kajabity Tools (for C#) is a free, Open Source collection of software utility classes for .NET applications. Version 0.4 introduces some key structural changes, a small number of new features and several bug fixes. Full details are available on the Kajabity Tools pages. This release was prompted by requests, suggestions and contributions from Ivaylo Slavov and Read More

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SDI Forms Classes

Kajabity Tools for C# Version 0.3 Released – Adding SDI Form and Document Classes

I’ve had the code for a while and I’m using it for a few of my own projects so when a comment on Loading XML in C# with XML Serialisation asked when it was going to be published, I thought I’d better get on with it. So here it is, Release 0.3 of Kajabity Tools Read More

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Kajabity Tools for C# Version 0.2 Released – Adding CSV File Handling and NUnit Tests

I have released version 0.2 of Kajabity Tools for C# which has a bug fix for JavaProperties and adds CSV file handling.  I’ve also added some initial unit tests (with NUnit) in a separate project folder. To be honest, the code has been sitting on my laptop for over a year and I’ve only been Read More

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An Update to the Apache Maven Installers – Broadcasting WM_SETTINGCHANGE To Update Environment Variables

When I previously did some updates to the Java Installers for Apache Maven, I noticed that, when I was testing the two versions, it often didn’t update the Environment variables. At first, I put it down to the fact that the variables for one version where there and maybe they get in the way of Read More

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Adding Calendar Events to Google Calendar in C#

I’ve replaced a custom event page for the Thistle Society with a list extracted dynamically from a Google Calendar. Following on from the previous article, Loading XML in C# with XML Serialisation, I needed to upload the events into the Google Calendar from my C# application (Event Manager). To do this, first spend hours scouring Read More

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Loading XML in C# with XML Serialisation

The problem – I have a lot of event details for a local club in an XML file and I wanted to load them into a C# application which will import them into a Google Calendar (see my earlier article to understand why). I originally started to write a C# application to maintain the events Read More

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Kajabity Tools (for C#) version 0.1 Released

At last, I’ve finally managed to put together a release of the Kajabity Tools – this version just includes a completely rewritten JavaProperties class allowing a C# application to correctly load and store Java style properties from a “.properties” file. For more details see Kajabity Tools. The Kajabity Tools-0.1.zip file contains: Kajabity Tools DLL – Read More

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Kajabity YearChart v0.3 Released: Print Any Date Range

Version 0.3 of Kajabity YearChart is now available for download. Key new features are: – Print any range of dates from 1 day to 5 years so you can create: – Academic Year Planners Financial Year Planners Project Charts Extra Columns – with better handling of both extra rows and columns. Print within maximum page Read More

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Problems With PageSetupDialog And Metric Margins

When I first wrote Year Chart (before I decided to publish it online) the printing seemed so easy – a print dialog, print preview dialog and a page setup dialog.  I defaulted the margins to half an inch and had the Year Chart panel draw onto the printer page.  Simple! This worked fine in my Read More

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Loading Java Properties Files in C#

Java style properties files are not supported in C# – so here is a class that reads and writes Java “.properties” files.

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