first off it’s a good thing to contribute to the open source community so tank you, I do know zeniko wrote most of the epub ifilter unfortunately he’s been gone a while,
but you did create a new file epubFilter.dll for which you did created a visual studio project it doesn’t matter if that is an exe or dll or xyz file you used agpl code your code so your code must be agp tool and must be available to the public you can’t just give an installer, afaik the agpl so even more restrictive in the since that even if you don’t redistribute the final product the code must be made available
what is the problem with creating a github (or sf.net) account and uploading your code there it takes only 10 minutes
if you don’t do it you’re violating the agpl
or you could just zip your code and put it on your page but a git account could be beneficial to the community
on the other hand I’m just some dude on the internet so don’t mind my opinion as everybody’s got an opinion
I didn’t install your app so I’m not quite sure what you did did you disable the pdf ifilter or did you just compile PdfFilter.dll with the epub defines on and just renamed the dll?
if so is this a vanilla build of SumatraPDF with the exe’s removed and one of the DLL’s renamed?