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Jeffrey SnoverWindows PowerShell Architect
Yeah, integration in Visual Studio is the best option, I think.
For now, I can recommend the more mature PowerShell Analyzer
1. This product weights 20 megatones of coolness
2. Visual Studio support and PowerShellPlus (former PowerShellIDE) are two completely different approaches.
3. Damn! I'm so bad at finding points..
PoweshellPlus does not even need installation and you can totally replace PowerShell with PowerShellPlus so you eventually get PowerShell.. Plus ;)
I'm just using product this only for 5 mins or so, so I may change my mind later, but I find this rather unlikely.
Wow how uncool. The tool does cost a ton of money now: $145 (?)
It's like a new marketing scheme. Get blogged as the best free PowerShell IDE, then start charging for it.
I am trying to find a Powershell script [ or close thereof]to perform the following
Basically, take an input argument of path
Search for all filenames for a pattern of *.sql
concatenate all files into 1 text file of extension *.sql
This is taken from Python
from glob import iglob
PATH = r'C:\music'
destination = open('everything.mp3', 'wb')
for filename in iglob(os.path.join(PATH, '*.mp3'))
shutil.copyfileobj(open(filename, 'rb'), destination)
Thank you for your time and direction