PowerShellGet 3.0 Preview 14

PowerShellGet 3.0 Preview 14

We are excited to announce that an update to our preview of PowerShellGet 3.0 is now available on the PowerShell Gallery! This release includes support for PSResourceRepository credential persistence, as well as support for RequiredResourceFiles for Install. How to Install PowerShellGet 3.0 Preview 14 Prerequisites Please ensure that you have the latest (non-prerelease) version of…

Major update to the PowerShell Extension for Visual Studio Code

Major update to the PowerShell Extension for Visual Studio Code

An updated version of our PowerShell extension is now available on the Visual Studio Code marketplace. This update represents a complete overhaul of the core PowerShell engine of PowerShell Editor Services, intending to create a more reliable and stable user experience. This release represents nearly two years’ work, tracked in PSES #1295 and implemented in PSES #1459. It…

Announcing PowerShell Crescendo General Availability (GA)

Announcing PowerShell Crescendo General Availability (GA)

We are pleased to announce the General Availability (GA) release of PowerShell Crescendo, a framework to rapidly develop PowerShell cmdlets for common command line tools, regardless of platform. The release is now available for download on the PowerShell Gallery. Making Cmdlets with PowerShell Crescendo Crescendo is a development accelerator enabling you to rapidly build PowerShell…

PowerShell and OpenSSH team investments for 2022

PowerShell and OpenSSH team investments for 2022

It’s time to discuss the team investments for 2022. For some areas we’ll be completing work we’ve already started, and in others we’ll be beginning on new projects. Executive Order on Cybersecurity One of the areas we’ve already spent significant effort on is adhering to the Executive Order on Cybersecurity. Due to the large number…

PSReadLine 2.2 GA

PSReadLine 2.2 GA

We are pleased to announce the General Availability (GA) of PSReadLine 2.2, an improved command-line editing experience in the PowerShell terminal. This release is supported for PowerShell 7.x and downlevel to Windows PowerShell 5.1. The release is now available for download on the PowerShell Gallery. To install PSReadLine: Install-Module -Name PSReadLine -Force To install PSReadLine…

PSReadLine 2.2 RC

PSReadLine 2.2 RC

We are pleased to announce the Release Candidate (RC) of PowerShell PSReadLine 2.2, an improved command-line editing experience in the PowerShell terminal. This release is supported for PowerShell 7.x and downlevel to Windows PowerShell 5.1. The release candidate is now available for download on the PowerShell Gallery. To install PSReadLine: Install-Module PSReadLine -AllowPrerelease -Force Release…

When PowerShellGet v1 fails to install the NuGet Provider

When PowerShellGet v1 fails to install the NuGet Provider

Recently there’s been a number of users who have encountered a particular bug with PowerShellGet 1.0.0.1 in Windows PowerShell. This bug occurs when you try to to use a PowerShellGet cmdlet that is dependent on PackageManagement, including cmdlets such as Find-Module, Install-Module, Save-Module, etc. Running any of these cmdlets will prompt you to install the…

Announcing PowerShell Crescendo Release Candidate (RC)

Announcing PowerShell Crescendo Release Candidate (RC)

Announcing Crescendo 0.9.0 Release Candidate (RC) We are pleased to announce the Release Candidate (RC) of PowerShell Crescendo, a framework to rapidly develop PowerShell cmdlets for native commands, regardless of platform. The release candidate is now available for download on the PowerShell Gallery. To install Microsoft.PowerShell.Crescendo: Install-Module Microsoft.PowerShell.Crescendo -AllowPrerelease Crescendo Release Candidate Updates Crescendo 0.9.0…

New release of PowerShell Preview for Visual Studio Code!

New release of PowerShell Preview for Visual Studio Code!

An updated version of our PowerShell Preview extension is now available on the Visual Studio Code marketplace. This update represents a complete overhaul of the core PowerShell engine of PowerShell Editor services, with the intention of create a more reliable and stable user experience. This release represents over a year’s work, tracked in PSES #1295 and implemented in…