After years of going untouched, I decided that CS-MIC could use some love. I have upgraded it’s solution file to Visual Studio 2017. I did some house cleaning with the projects so that it will build in this brave new .NET world we find ourselves in.

Also, I should not that CS-MIC now lives on github. It has for a while, but I’ve updated all the links on the website to point toward github and its issue tracker. As always, if you find any problems, feel free to check out the source code and file an issue or create a pull request.

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Jordan Wages

I like to program things. All the things!

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