15 minutes ago, blowdart wrote
I think other readers will realise no-one said any such thing.
This thread has an overwhelming pool of examples of that, but let's just pick 2 from the "top posters".
PowerShell is an amazingly powerful shell scripting environment that puts bash to shame
Strange now of the solutions for your other platforms are dumping stack traces on a production server. Its seems too much to ask for those too.
None of this really matters to me. This IIS web app is just a PITA, and I want to put it to rest where I can just make a new controller and update without getting unexpected errors. The Linq stuff on test is dramatically different because production has a crazy amount of MSSQL data and RAM to match, so I need to grab the production stack traces silently in a non-MySpace scare-off-a-billion-people style way.
That's all. You all didn't have to make this some sort of Windows Server crying game.