Haven’t I already said that the community has just been awesome in regards to Snoop?
Well, here is another piece of evidence!
The other day, a developer, Bruno Martinez, from Uruguay contacted me and wanted to contribute to Snoop by making it so that there was only 1 version, instead of the 4 currently required at that point.
If you recall …
- You needed a version for WPF 3.5 and 32-bit.
- You needed a version for WPF 3.5 and 64-bit.
- You needed a version for WPF 4.0 and 32-bit.
- You needed a version for WPF 4.0 and 64-bit.
Yuck! Of course, it was better than not being able to Snoop in those situations.
Well, after integrating Bruno’s changes … you just need:
Yeah, that’s right. There are no labels! Thank you, Bruno!
I’m obviously tickled by this … since it was a usability nightmare trying to figure out what version you needed to run … but there are host of other fixes/improvements as well. In particular, the Snoop start-up process is much more robust than it used to be and it can handle some fringe cases that it wasn’t able to before.