About three months ago, I posted the PowerTools for Open XML on CodePlex. I also posted a video on installing and using them. The response has been very positive – more than 1000 downloads, a lot of blog posts, and some news stories. I’ve received a fair amount of email regarding them.
This blog is inactive.New blog: EricWhite.com/blogBlog TOCI'd like to determine the extent of their use. Have you used the PowerTools in a real-world situation? What problems have you solved using them? If you are using them, and find them valuable, please let me know. You can either leave a comment on this post or email me (click the EMAIL link on this blog).
The more support I can show, the easier it is to justify further effort on them.
P.S. I’m always happy to receive email sent to me through my blog – on PowerTools, Open XML, functional programming, or anything else. I always respond. :-)
It would be nice if the strongly typed SDK was shipped as ZIP file in addition than being distributed as an MSI, so those of us using Linux and MacOS could try it out without having to hunt down a windows machine.
Hi Miguel, I understand that desire. I'll forward your request to the dev team, but they may not have an option - releasing as MSI may be a policy decision that they can't circumvent. -Eric
Some days ago Eric White, from Microsoft DPE wrote a post in his blog asking people in the blogsphere if they are using Power Tools for Open Xml.&nbsp; Being part of the team who created this suite of cmdlets for PowerShell for creating and modif
PowerTools pour Open XML ne possède pas d’installeur pour le moment, et il est parfois bien difficile
Voici les quelques liens techniques intéressants autour de Open XML de cette dernière semaine : Créer