Today I launched the Swedish sister site of jsiSoft. It is at jsi.se and all of my software that is translated to Swedish will be published there.
At the moment the screenshots for jsiPodFetch are still in English but they will be replaced real soon.
Today I released jsiServiceManager at jsiSoft.com. It is a free application that helps you manage Windows Services.
It allows you to Start/Stop/Pause/Restart Windows Services from a context menu that lives in the system tray. You can group services and hide groups where all services doesnâ€™t exist on the current computer. This allows you to manage several computers with the same configuration file.
The Microsoft .Net Framework 3.0 is required so the installer will direct you to its download page if it’s not installed already.
I’m slapping localization on to an existing product and needed a way to have my culture neutral resources in a satellite assembly. I can’t use embedded resources because I am extracting data from the compiled assembly to use for the resources.
The solution was to use the assembly attribute: NeutralResourcesLanguageAttribute to indicate what culture should be used as the default culture and use the UltimateResourceFallbackLocation enum to indicate that it should fallback on a satellite assembly.