I know CSM 2.0 it's old and JRE based, but still seems to work fine for me.
CSM has since moved to a linux hosted client-server model, but I've remained on 2.0 as I prefer to just run it locally on my Windows host when needed.
I'd rather not setup yet another VM or bolt it on to an existing one and potentially create some future dependency issue - also have to make sure passage through firewall(s) remains happy. I suppose I could run a linux VM on my desktop but that's not very attractive for this one use either.
So, just to ask the question as I cannot find where it was ever addressed, but will CSM ever see an updated Windows app?
I likely know the answer, but thanks for any insight,
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