PowerShell/OpenSSH Team Investments for 2023
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by Steve Lee
1w ago
For 2022, the team had set out lots of objectives and I’m happy to say we accomplished most of them! This year, we’re continuing on improving quality and also adding new features across our portfolio based on feedback from the community, partners, and customers. PowerShell 7 in Windows PowerShell 7 shipped in Windows continues to be a common question asked by the community and we’re continuing to work on making it easier to install PS7 on Windows. As a reminder, PowerShell 7 is built on the latest .NET which does not have the same support lifecycle as Windows. We can’t ship something as a feat ..read more
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PowerShell Extension for Visual Studio Code January 2023 Update
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by Sydney Smith
2w ago
We are excited to announce that the January update to the PowerShell Extension for Visual Studio Code is now available on the extension marketplace. This first stable release for the new year includes a multitude of fixes for the debugger! Expanding variables with properties that are inaccessible no longer causes a short-circuit preventing the rest of the properties from being expanded, variable values whose expansion results in PowerShell code being executed now works as expected, and in general all the correct properties are now present. We look forward to adding the ability to view static a ..read more
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PowerShellGet 3.0 Preview 18
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by Sydney Smith
3w ago
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 a number of bug fixes as well as Get-PSScriptFileInfo cmdlet. How to Install PowerShellGet 3.0 Preview 18 Prerequisites Please note that this preview release of PowerShellGet 3.0 does not support PowerShell 7.0, 7.1 or 7.2-preview1. This is a temporary issue due to a dependency and should be resolved in future releases. This release does support Windows PowerShell 5.1, PowerShell 7.2 and 7.3. Please ensure that you have the latest (non-prerelease) vers ..read more
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Announcing PowerShell Crescendo 1.1.0-preview01
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by Jason Helmick
2M ago
We’re pleased to announce the release of PowerShell Crescendo 1.1.0-preview01. Crescendo is a framework to rapidly develop PowerShell cmdlets for common command line tools, regardless of platform. This preview includes a new schema, support for argument value transformation, the ability to bypass the output handler, and improved error handling. This is a community driven release built from the many suggestions and requests received directly or from our Github. Thank you PowerShell Community for your adoption and suggestions! The preview release is now available for download on the PowerShell G ..read more
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PowerShell Extension for Visual Studio Code October 2022 Update
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by Andy Jordan
2M ago
We are excited to announce that the October update to the PowerShell Extension for Visual Studio Code is now available on the extension marketplace. This October stable release incorporates a number of bugfixes throughout September and early October, though is not based on the latest preview, v2022.10.1-preview, as the refactors involved in enabling TypeScript’s strict type checking and ESLint’s strict linting will need more testing. However, based on the success of the PowerShell Script Analyzer’s v1.21.0 release we wanted to get this to you sooner! Updates in the October Release Note that th ..read more
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PowerShell 7.3 General Availability
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by Steve Lee
3M ago
We’re proud to announce the general availability of PowerShell 7.3! PowerShell 7.3 is built on top of .NET 7 and as a non-LTS (Long Term Support) release will be supported for 18 months. PowerShell 7.2 is still the current LTS (3-year supported) release of PowerShell. How do I get it? Since PowerShell 7 is supported on Windows, Linux, and macOS, there are a variety of ways to get it. If you had installed the previous PowerShell 7 stable release (7.2) via the Windows Store, you will be automatically updated to 7.3 GA. However, if you installed the MSI and chose to be updated via Microsoft Updat ..read more
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PSScriptAnalyzer (PSSA) 1.21.0 has been released
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by Jim Truher
3M ago
Overview We are happy to announce the release of PSScriptAnalyzer 1.21. This minor version update includes: Three new rules Enhances one rule Pipeline support to Invoke-Formatter Four bug fixes Improved message details in PSUseCorrectCasing Lots of documentation updates Updated system requirements A big portion of changes are in less visible areas such as the maintenance of dependencies and CI. System requirements Starting with this version the minimum requirements are changing as follows: For PowerShell ‘Core’ users ($PSVersionTable.PSEdition -eq 'Core'): The minimum required PowerShell ve ..read more
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PowerShellGet 3.0 Preview 17
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by Sydney Smith
5M ago
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 a number of bug fixes as well as support for specifying the temporary path used during installation of PSResources. How to Install PowerShellGet 3.0 Preview 17 Prerequisites Please note that this preview release of PowerShellGet 3.0 does not support PowerShell 7.0, 7.1 or 7.2-preview1. This is a temporary issue due to a dependency and should be resolved in future releases. This release does support Windows PowerShell 5.1, PowerShell 7.2 and 7.3-preview ..read more
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PowerShell Extension for Visual Studio Code August 2022 Update
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by Sydney Smith
5M ago
We are excited to announce that the August update to the PowerShell Extension for Visual Studio Code is now available on the extension marketplace. This release adds a walkthrough experience for getting started with PowerShell in VS Code, more regression tests, a major LSP client library update, and includes a number of bug fixes! Updates in the August Release Note that these updates all shipped in our PowerShell Preview Extension for VS Code before shipping in our stable channel. Some highlights of August releases: vscode-powershell #4151 Add integratedConsole.startInBackground to completely ..read more
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Archive Module 2.0 Preview 2
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by Sydney Smith
6M ago
We are excited to announce that the second preview of a rewrite of Microsoft.PowerShell.Archive, the module that lets you create and extract archives, is now available on the PowerShell Gallery. This release is the second preview release of a rewrite of the module and is not feature complete. Please note that this release is only compatible with PowerShell 7.3.0-preview5 and up. For more information on what is proposed in this rewrite, or to give feedback on the design please refer to the RFC. Installing the module Please note that this release will only work with PowerShell 7.3.0-preview5 and ..read more
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