I realise that new guys looking into the folders of the current 'ClickStartXSharp' eNotes will see a lot of vacant and empty folders / entries, and possibly worry ;-0)
However, the good news is that I have actually covered many more topics in X#, only the content was placed by me into the 'Appendix X' of the eNotes on LINQ for Cologne 2017, I was new to X# at the time and was just recording my successes in any order. See image below :-
If we partly expand this we see much more X# 'stuff', and folders and subfolders were only placed in these eNotes when I had working details and samples in front of me etc..
Here is a part expanded view of contents in the LING publication :-
I need time to transfer the related information into the "XSharp" eVolume. I will get around to it sometime soonish. But for now I am working on the Cologne 2018 support material.
Here is a further expanded view of what X# stuff already exists, but not yet in XSharp of 'ClickStart' :-
Hope this interests a few of you guys.
plus, IMO worth to mention: after downloading your file and viewing, you see NOTHING of the content - until you realize, that windows blocks silently the access if you don't explicitely allow in properties
Meanwhile i found chm to be a bunch of html with a hyperlink list, but, AFAIK, no scripting, so - what may a chm do, what, e.g., a jpg cannot?
Can't help to feel a bit supicious, that the "security problem" in this special case was a means to make folks swallow the next incarnation of "documentary tooling"
Version 134 of the 'XSharp' eNotes is now posted on my OneDrive for you to download if you so wish.
I have used the same link as shown here to do a successful download at my end.
Remember you will probably still have to use Properties to change the security setting as friend Karl as posted near here.
I have added quite a lot of stuff, and if you wish to have a fun read then look at the topic of "Strings and the alternative use of Escaping. There is far more to strings in todays world of .NET and X# than you may realise ;-0)
Any problems with downloading then please let me know.
All the Best Seasonal Wishes,
P.S. I give you the information to allow you to start typing Welsh - it needs special characters.