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C# Toolbox: Debug-able, Self-Installable Windows Service Template Redux | Visual Studio Feeds

Posted by jpluimers on 2011/03/29

James Michael Hare finally published his Debug-able, Self-Installing Windows Service Template download.

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I had written a pair of posts before about creating a debug-able and self-installing windows service template in C#. This is a template I began creating to ease creating windows services and to take some of the mundane tasks out of the coding effort. The original posts were here:

  1. C# Windows Services (1 of 2) – Debug-able Windows Services
  2. C# Windows Services (2 of 2) – Self-Installing Windows Services

But at the time, though I gave the code samples I didn’t have a downloadable for of the template on the blog. After getting many requests for the actual source, I zipped it up and am posting it with this blog entry. Click on the link below to download the archive. The password on the archive is, imaginatively enough, password. Hope you enjoy and please feel free to comment and suggest changes!

Debug-able, Self-Installing Windows Service Template download.

Great stuff: far easier than finding out those nitty gritty details yourself.

Thanks Michael!

–jeroen

Via: C# Toolbox: Debug-able, Self-Installable Windows Service Template Redux | Visual Studio Feeds.

2 Responses to “C# Toolbox: Debug-able, Self-Installable Windows Service Template Redux | Visual Studio Feeds”

  1. robiii said

    I was missing the ServicesDependedOn property (http://goo.gl/iU3eK) so I added it and updated the zipfile: http://goo.gl/c0LuT

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