Finally here it is, after a year of faltering development I can now officially announce the newest release of dotNETInspector!
New features in 1.5.0:
- Save results to a text file
- Copy results to the clipboard as either plain text or a HTML table
- .NET framework version check runs at regular intervals instead of just once on startup
- Automatic check for program updates
While I kind of indicated just yesterday that I wasn’t ready to push to a 1.5.x release, I felt that these new features were more than enough functionality-wise for a minor version increase, and the two main points that were slated for 1.5.0 (notification of both pre-release and embedded versions) have been pushed back to 1.6.0.
I’m not happy that I have only made a single release in almost 9 months, so I’m hoping that going forward my schedule for updates and new material might be a little bit quicker. I definitely want to get dotNETInspector 1.6.0 out sometime this year, but I also have some additional work to do on BitMaker and Dev Test Thread Builder soon, and there are always a few more small apps that I haven’t yet polished ready for a release.
So until my next release (which will hopefully not be too far away) I hope you enjoy the new features in dotNETInspector.