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[Released] LAN Messenger Portable 1.2.35 Development Test 1

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Ken Herbert
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[Released] LAN Messenger Portable 1.2.35 Development Test 1

Application: LAN Messenger
Category: Internet
Description: (from website) LAN Messenger is a free and open source cross-platform instant messaging application for communication over a local network. It does not require a server. A number of useful features including event notifications, file transfer and message logging are provided.

Download LAN Messenger 1.2.35 Development Test 1 [12.4MB download / 40.2MB installed]
(MD5: 05cf43227cc392d4bd1060eb52b2fcbf)

This app has now been officially released and is available from the official LAN Messenger Portable page.

Release Notes:

Development Test 1 (2013-01-24): Initial release

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looks good

it looks great so far no bugs to report as of this post

and could u tell me how to get freeware apps to portable like u did for this app pls tell me i want to make my own pls

i'm not wierd, i'm just different

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Development Link above

All the information you need is in the "Packaging Portable Apps" section on the Development page that's sitting next to the Forums link above. For specific pointers, take a look at the Development forum, also linked from the development page.

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The best way is....

Read the documentation darksabre76 linked to, look at existing PortableApps, and have a go at making a portable version of something simple, maybe even an existing official app like BabelMap, Console or CrystalDiskMark (are three easy ones I found from a quick look through my PortableApps folder).

Most importantly though always use the documentation as reference. There will always be something you forget, or read wrong, so keep checking the documentation.

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Hofstadter's law applied to software

a.k.a.

winterblood's Law
There will always be something you forget, or read wrong, even when you take into account winterblood's Law, so keep checking the documentation.

Previously known as kAlug.

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Haha

Nice

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sense

that law acctually makes sense

i do tend to forget things

i'm not wierd, i'm just different

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omit mistakes

to prevent mistakes i will print the pages as a pdf file

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all links

all links are now in pdf format so i can forget about making mistakes

i'm not wierd, i'm just different

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