Dear Oleg --
This is a suggestion and a request and a wish-list.
I would like to be bold enough to suggest a download refresh of "T4Toolbox.10.3.7.1.msi".
This is because the nearly 2-year-old date, "Released: Mar 7 2010" is a bit scary.
In "tech time" 2 years is a VERY long time.
Even if the code base is simply opened in Visual Studio 2010 on your end, recompiled, then released with a new date-time stamp that would be great.
I mean, the compiler itself has probably changed in 2 years time, right? Etc.
It would probably not take a long time for you to do and would make your customers happy.
Update a comment or 2 if you feel like you must "change something" in order justify a new release.
Put a "beta" suffix on the new release if you feel squeamish about hacking out a new version in this way.
Keep the old-version available with a "release" suffix if you feel better about that.
In the trenches here, my brain has a hard time not being concerned about a 2-year-old component.
That is just a suggestion.
-- Mark Kamoski