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Hello System Ninja community.
I am here to tell everyone that Winapp2 has moved to GitHub. This change was made to more easily manage cleaning rules. It also means you can download a copy at anytime instead of waiting a month for a update.
I also want to tell everyone that there is a non-CCleaner file on GitHub that the System Ninja community should use instead of the old file. This new file contains all the rules that were removed due to being added to CCleaner, so System won’t lose it’s cleaning abilities.
The GitHub page is here: https://github.com/MoscaDotTo/Winapp2 The Non-CCleaner version is located in the Non-CCleaner folder. You can download a copy at anytime as they are updated often.
By the way, I am now a maintainer for Winapp2 (same username on GitHub, too), so if you want to contribute or have any questions, feel free to open a issue ticket or a pull request on GitHub.PhobosModerator
Windows 11 Pro Insider, x64Shane GowlandKeymaster
Please let me know if you need any tools developed to make producing the file easier. If you’d like to list some of the existing tools (CCDump, WinappDebug, WinappParser) in the GitHub directory; accept the pull request I’m about to send you.
Finally, have you taken over winapp2.com, or is that still exclusively Robbie’s site?ROCKNROLLKIDGuest
Andrew (Led developer of BleachBit) wanted to combine his merge script, which checks for duplications, spelling errors, and some other things too, with your winappdebug tool. This is his merge script: https://github.com/bleachbit/winapp2.ini/blob/master/merge-commit.sh
He opened a ticket at the respo with some suggestions here: https://github.com/MoscaDotTo/Winapp2/issues/45
I am notifying you this because it’s your tool and I am not a developer to know how to do any of this, haha.