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Chewie: Bundler for .net… kinda
February 13, 2011Posted by on
We have been using nuget recently in an effort to clean up our dependency nightmare. I mentioned that it would be great if instead of nuget being another visual studio plugin it was more like ruby gems and bundler. I have a preference for tools that are command line driven. Well My coworker Eric Ridgeway decided that was a good idea and ran with it. Chewie is a an awesome module written for powershell. It’s beauty is in it’s simplicity. Check out this video for a quick demo.