Updated Utility: Unleash It 2.1.1

Published 24 September 04 04:58 PM | mhawley

I've released a new version of Unleash It that fixes multiple problems that people were having. Most notably, exclusion of folders when a VS.NET project was the source was not possible. After re-working the code, this is now possible along with being able to view the files / folders to be deployed dialogs.

Changelog:

  • Added support for displaying folders / files to include for VS.NET Project Files as the source.
  • Added ability to name your FTP profiles.
  • Added checking to see if Unleash It is currently running during installation / uninstallation.
  • Fixed error when parsing a file mask with an underscore.
  • Fixed the logfile button being enabled after a deployment when that profile isn't using logging.
  • Fixed mis-spelling of "changed" in the logfile for FTP deployment.
  • Fixed directories not being excluded during a VS.NET Project deployment.

So, head on over to http://www.eworldui.net/unleashit to get your latest copy!

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# Matt Hawley said on September 27, 2004 09:49 AM:

What is your source?

# Matt Hawley said on September 27, 2004 09:53 AM:

Also, if you re-download Unleash It, I've placed 2.1 back up.

# David said on October 5, 2004 09:35 AM:

Sorry, I wasn't clear eoungh. 2.1.1.1 doesn't work for me. Only some files get deployed. Do you know why? Will older version help? I figured that last version has a bug...

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