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  • Blog Post: Seeing colors with psake

    Psake (pronounced like Japanese “sake”) is a build automation tool similar to others out there like make, rake, etc., but built using PowerShell as the language of choice. So it should be no surprise that I use it for my Windows Installer PowerShell Module . It’s useful for automating...
  • Blog Post: Windows Installer PowerShell Module 2.2.1 Released

    Yesterday I released servicing update 2.2.1 , which updates 2.2.0 to fix a few bugs and add a few cool new features: You can define the [string] $MsiAttributeColumnFormat variable to dictate how attribute columns should appear. The values you can pass are the same as the enumeration format strings...
  • Blog Post: Windows Installer PowerShell Module 2.2.0 Released

    Years ago I released PowerShell cmdlets (“command-lets”) that make querying product and patch information easy and robust. Windows PowerShell is a powerful shell that pipes objects – not simply text – and provides full access to the .NET Framework as part of the language (though higher-level constructs...
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