AlphaFS 2.0 is out!

It is with great pleasure we today can announce the release of AlphaFS version 2.0. It is now available on NuGet, the repository is on GitHub, it has its own webpage, online documentation and a bunch of new features. And we’re looking at a much shorter release cycle in the future. Read the release announcement […]

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AlphaFS moved to GitHub

After having moved AlphaVSS over to GitHub the time has now come to migrate AlphaFS as well. The new project homepage is at http://alphafs.alphaleonis.com/ and the GitHub repository can be found at https://github.com/alphaleonis/AlphaFS. Oh, and by the way, the next release is coming close now.

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AlphaVSS 1.3 Released and Project Moved to GitHub

AlphaVSS has now been moved from it’s previous home at CodePlex to GitHub and it also got online documentation instead of that CHM. Visit the website at http://alphavss.alphaleonis.com. What’s new in 1.3? The major news in version 1.3 is that support for versions of Windows earlier than Vista has been removed. This means that the […]

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Project Set Manager Visual Studio Extension

In my work I work with a rather large solution in Visual Studio on a daily basis. It contains about 200 projects, where about one third of them are C++ and the rest are .NET.  Having all projects loaded means that many things run slower when working with the solution, especially building which frequently builds […]

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Release: AlphaVSS versions 1.1.4000 and 1.2.4000

AlphaVSS versions 1.1.4000 and 1.2.4000 have been released! In addition to some bug fixes, this release contains a more full-featured sample application, called AlphaShadow, that replicates many of the features from the VShadow sample application found in the Windows SDK. This release unfortunately introduces a few breaking changes that will require you to modify your […]

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Site working again

I just discovered that no links on this site worked any more. Seems that mod_rewrite had been disabled for some reason. Anyway, that should be fixed now. Although I guess most of you may not care much since I haven’t updated this page for about a year. But there may be something new coming up […]

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Vacation = web-development!?

Finally I am on vacation for three short weeks. And what better way to spend a vacation than by doing web-“development”? Well… any way would be better pretty much, but since I had to take down the webpage I created for a good friend of mine about a year ago due to continous hacker sabotages, […]

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