Developers creating MSIX packages with the Windows Application Project (WAP) need to provide a code-signing certificate with an additional field not needed when creating packages through other means. Specifically, it needs the BasicConstraints field in the certificate.
If you purchase a code signing certificate from a Certificate Authority, this field should already be there. But in this case I was …
New in TMEditX 18.104.22.168
TMEditX is the licensed and more capable tool for fixing up MSIX packages since it doesn’t have to depend on the Microsoft MSIX Packaging Tool to create the final package. [Download_page]
The TMEditX package contains several applications. Changes to the apps are separated by app below:
- Feature: Add right-click to Files tab on
PsfTooling is the free tool to work in conjunction with the Microsoft MSIX Packaging Tool. [Download_Page]
This release is available immediately from the TMurgent site and should soon be updated in the Microsoft store.…
New in PSF for v2022.06.08
The Package Support Framework (PSF) was originally an open-source project to help Win32/DotNet applications run when inside an MSIX Container. TMurgent has taken up the support for the PSF in our own fork here on GitHub. The changes below cover changes made since the April 2022 release:
- PsfLauncher now has option to exclude console
For years I have heard from customers and vendors in the packaging and application delivery businesses about how there isn’t a good place anymore to find information on applications. Long ago there was a good site (created by Bob Kelly) named AppDeploy but that was sold to a vendor and renamed to ITNinja and, well let’s just say it stopped …
This post documents the April (2022) releases for MSIX. There are three parts:
- PSF v2022.04.27
- PsfTooling 22.214.171.124
- TMEditX 126.96.36.199
Each have their own section in this post below.
New in PSF for v2022.04.27
The Package Support Framework (PSF) was originally an open-source project to help Win32/DotNet applications run when inside an MSIX Container. TMurgent has taken up the support for …
PsfTooling version 5.0 is now released.
Included in this release:
The Package Support Framework (PSF) was started by Microsoft as an Open Source Project to help Win32 and .Net Framework based software operate in the new MSIX Container runtime, however the latest changes are now made in my own fork at https://github.com/TimMangan/MSIX-PackageSupportFramework/tree/develop .
The “v.2022.02.28” release adds additional updates to the PSF to improve compatibility with older applications.
Modernization of …