Automating the world one-liner at a time…
PowerShell Plus has now officially released V1.0. Actually I'm late in my congratulations, they actually released it on March 6th.
If you haven't checked out PowerShell Plus, you definitely should take advantage of their free 30 day trial and see what you are missing. This is a really impressive piece of creative engineering.
You can learn more about it HERE.
Congratulations to Karl and Tobias on a job well done!
Jeffrey Snover [MSFT] Windows Management Partner Architect Visit the Windows PowerShell Team blog at: http://blogs.msdn.com/PowerShell Visit the Windows PowerShell ScriptCenter at: http://www.microsoft.com/technet/scriptcenter/hubs/msh.mspx
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60,144k Memory (private working set)
84,532k (Commit Size)
And this is just after opening the application.
Hmmm, make sure you have a lot of ram, thank god I have 3gb.
Onto the 2nd cup of coffee. Looking at a whole weekend of work.... ASP.NET, ASP.NET AJAX, ASP.NET MVC
Just lucked into evaluating this.
Excellent work by Karl and Tobias. The future of PowerShell is looking more robust all of the time.
The flexibility and usefulness of the UI and tools will make building sophisticated management solutions very easy.
It's NOT Visual Studio. It IS what administrators and designers need to quickly hammer out dynamic solutions to tricky problems of management and configuration of complex systems/applications.
Thx Jeffrey for posting! If you'd like to test against our latest bits, make sure you download them here: www.powershell.com/downloads/psp1new.zip.
Just uploaded a version with further enhanced debugging, allowing for step out/in and run-to-cursor. Thanks to the truly great PS community for constantly asking for more and new features like these!
BTW PS+ approx takes 3x the memory native powershell.exe consumes, here's why: we use two hosts concurrently and need a bit memory for the editor. It's meant to be a rapid PS script dev environment, not a replacement for powershell.exe ;-)