Is there a NuGet package lurking in the shadows that you're going to release?
With a NuGet package I envision simple install-to-enable semantics with NuGet, to install the necessary assemblies, references, and configuration, to automatically submit unhandled exceptions in a .NET program directly into the FogBugz database.
If not, I would very much like to create an open source project on CodePlex for this.
I see several such projects as possible:
- FogBugz Core (the engine to create the report and submit it)
- FogBugz WinForms (using Core, but adds a GUI to enable user to review before submit)
- FogBugz WPF (same as WinForms, just for WPF)
- FogBugz Web (ASP.NET (MVC), using Core to submit, unsure wether this would add a GUI)
Basically you would install FogBugz WinForms, it would add FogBugz Core as well, and all you have to do is open the config file and add the necessary URL's and project names, etc.
If you don't mind me creating such a project, how do you look upon me using the FogBugz name as part of the project? I would of course note very prominently in the project documentation and on the website that it is not an official project.)
If not then I'll find a different name.
What are your thoughts?
Of course, if you're ready to publish such a package yourself, I won't bother to do this (can I contribute? :)), but if not, I'd sure like to start such a project.