On Sunday, 2 November 2014 at 01:52:27 UTC, Daniel Jost wrote:
From the homepage: Chocolatey is a Machine Package Manager,
somewhat like apt-get, but built with Windows in mind.
I have added dmd and dub as packages. This means you can
do command line installation and have them ready to go in one
step. I also made sure to allow users to change the version
number so you can get non-current / beta versions as well.
If anyone would like to be added to the maintainers list
(mostly to keep the version number up-to-date), email me and I
can add you.
Nice work. It's an even bigger deal too because Microsoft is
adding a package manager based on OneGet and using the
Chocolatey package format.