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Windows 7: CoApp: An open-source package-management system........

01 Apr 2010   #1

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CoApp: An open-source package-management system........

CoApp: An open-source package-management system for Windows.

Microsoft is continuing its efforts to attract more open-source developers to make their wares available on Windows. The latest component of that strategy is CoApp, a new open-source package-management platform that one of the company’s developers is starting to assemble.

The goal of CoApp is to assemble in a single place a “community-driven package-management system” and associated tools to encourage the development and maintenance of open-source applications on Windows, according to a March 31 blog post by Garrett Serack, Microsoft’s Open Source Community Software Developer.
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