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(unofficial) InstChoco (Portable)

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This package was approved by moderator flcdrg on 8/26/2017.

Screenshot of InstChoco in use

QUESTION: "Why do I need an installer for Chocolatey when I already have Chocolatey installed?"

ANSWER: You need it for the NEXT time you want to install Chocolatey and it will make the task much EASIER!

I wrote this as a batch file a couple of years ago so I wouldn't constantly have to reference Chocolatey.org for the VERY long command to install Chocolatey. I put in some basic error checking for administrator privileges, network connectivity, date checking, etc. I then placed the batchfile on my local server, on my website, in Dropbox, on USB thumbdrives, everywhere I could think of so I'd have easy access to it. I've used it for my computers, friend's computers, client's computers, and almost every Wintel computer I've touched in the last few years. It has served me well and saved me time. I've now stripped out all the annoying pauses, made it no-interaction-required, and compiled it to an executable program called InstChoco. It's now suitable for other people to use as well. My EUREKA! moment in re-creating this as an executable and expanding it's features was after writing my Choco Package List Backup to Local and Cloud script. I realized I could go a step further by integrating Choco Package List Backup to Local and Cloud along with InstChoco for a complete backup and recovery solution of my/your/his/her/their/everyone's Chocolatey packages. I hope InstChoco serves you well and saves you time!

Features:

  • InstChoco uses Rob's "Install with cmd.exe" method for installing Chocolatey.
  • InstChoco integrates with Choco Package List Backup to Local and Cloud to provide a very convienant way to reinstall Chocolatey and your backed up packages list.
  • InstChoco will enable up to four choco features if you pass them as parameters, i.e. allowGlobalConfirmation, failOnAutoUninstaller, allowEmptyChecksums, etc.
  • InstChoco will automatically run CINST PACKAGES.CONFIG -Y if packages.config is found in the current directory.

You can find InstChoco.exe in \programdata\chocolatey\lib\instchoco\tools. I tell you this because I KNOW you want to copy it to your local server, website, Dropbox, USB thumbdrives, and everywhere you can think of so you'll have easy access to it.

Usage: InstChoco -y

PACKAGE NOTES

To install (unofficial) InstChoco (Portable), run the following command from the command line or from PowerShell:

C:\> choco install instchoco --version 1.00

To upgrade (unofficial) InstChoco (Portable), run the following command from the command line or from PowerShell:

C:\> choco upgrade instchoco --version 1.00

Files

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  • tools\InstChoco.exe Show
    md5: FFE8D86741E845D1FDBE5AF03B6D7D71 | sha1: 4D875BCE69C413542BF5EB8CB668B80885DBD108 | sha256: 99366BD182946F7AAAF0070244F8F96CC160274E85892F5AD3D54F658444908B | sha512: 2C94EDBF9BD0D4E7B098556069C9741ACAB4D075D8E67DA7F47E85CDF9EE43873CD03C621AD7F2A6AAB6EBB08762A345A9DEB661E4CEAECD52E517697F7C6A3C
  • tools\LICENSE.txt Show
    ==================== InstChoco ====================
    
    InstChoco is free and Copylefted by Bill Curran.
    
    SEE:
    https://www.gnu.org/licenses/copyleft.en.html
    https://www.gnu.org/licenses/gpl.html
    
    bcurran3 08/19/2017
    
    ==================== InstChoco ====================
  • tools\VERIFICATION.txt Show
    ==================== InstChoco ====================
    
    This InstChoco Chocolatey package was uploaded by the author, Bill Curran aka BCURRAN3.
    
    ==================== InstChoco ====================
    

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Dependencies

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Package Maintainer(s)

Software Author(s)

  • Bill Curran

Copyright

Bill Curran

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Version History

Version Downloads Last updated Status
(unofficial) InstChoco (Portable) 2.10 917 Sunday, February 24, 2019 approved
(unofficial) InstChoco (Portable) 2.02 953 Tuesday, May 22, 2018 approved
(unofficial) InstChoco (Portable) 2.01 166 Sunday, May 20, 2018 approved
(unofficial) InstChoco (Portable) 2.00 191 Thursday, May 17, 2018 approved
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