Code Repository - Different approach
Dan posted this to his blog earlier : http://www.myitforum.com/blog/dthomson/archive/2005/02/02/2932.aspx
The following is a note that Bob Kelly (the author of the Admin Script Editor) posted to the myITforum VBScript forum
I've created a wizard for ASE that lets you browse the myITforum Code Repository and insert scripts within the Editor. Note: I'm not distributing the database- you have to download it separately and supply its location on your system.
1) You need ASE (free trial version works fine)
2) Then get the myITforum Code Repository Wizard
3) You can run the wizard from anywhere, but to have it appear as a wizard within ASE- place it in the following folder: "%ProgramFiles%\iTripoli\AdminScriptEditor\addins\wizards"
If you don't have KiXforms installed, it is included and you will be asked to install it. KiXforms is a freeware DLL that you can use in your VBScript or KiXtart scripts to create GUIs. This wizard was written in KiXtart using KiXforms for the display. Click on the "about" button for details.
Any feedback appreciated!
But I could not go without making a comment about it as well.
We really like hearing about ways people use the Code Repository. It makes us think about ways to improve it and or update it.