I am currently interested in Chocolatey
, which is a package manager for Windows. The OneGet package manager which will be included in Windows 10 is based upon it.
I have recently put together a Chocolatey package for installing EASy68K (which we're using in my Computer Architecture and Assembly Language class at Lawrence Technological University), which will allow for things like scripting its installation alongside other packages and making it easier to upgrade it when the time comes. Other Chocolatey packages which have a dependency on EASy68K will be able to automatically install it when they're installed, as well.
The package was recently approved for public listing in the Chocolatey Gallery search and can be found here: https://chocolatey.org/packages/easy68k
The moderators would prefer that the application's icon is used instead of the logo, but they are letting that slide for now.
To install the package for yourself, first install Chocolatey, then enter the following command in a PowerShell window run as administrator:
choco install easy68k
I'm open to anyone else offering to help me maintain this package.