A quick note on using the .NET Core 3.0 Desktop API Analyzer to determine how easy it will be to migrate existing Windows Forms or WPF applications to .NET Core 3.0
Blog Articles and information on C# and .NET development topics
Although I use Git for anything open source we produce, all other code is still in a SVN repository. When upgrading VisualSVN Server to the latest version, it mentioned that Apache SVN 1.10 had new compression options and it occurred to me that while I've upgraded working copy formats before, my SVN databases are probably still using whatever format they were created at. This article covers how to upgrade SVN repositories using the VisualSVN Server software.
Continuing my investigation into CorelDRAW palettes, this brief article describes how to write .pal files for use with CorelDRAW! 3.0.
I recently picked up a copy of CorelDRAW! 3.0 from eBay. This article covers how to read text-based .PAL colour palettes created by this application.
In my previous articles on reading and writing colours from various palette/swatch formats, I left CMYK conversion as an exercise for the reader and only demonstrated RGB aspects. This article demonstrates how to convert colours in CMYK format to RGB and vice versa.
A short article on adding text to an empty ListBox control.
A short post on getting the MantisBT REST API to work successfully in Internet Information Services on Windows.
A somewhat belated post which describes how you can use sed to automatically update version information in
AssemblyInfo.cs files from a batch file.
The usual round up of the different software tools used by Cyotek over the past year.
18-bit RGB palettes are an old format used by VGA displays of yesteryear. These palettes use 6-bits for each of the red, green and blue channels and usually allowed a maximum of 256 colours from the 262,144 unique colours available. This article describes how to read and write 18-bit palette files.