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POWERSHELL_ISE.EXE

Discussion in 'PowerShell' started by vefatica, Apr 5, 2013.

  1. vefatica

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    I just saw this thing for the first time (right-click on a PS1 file and choose "Edit"). It looks like a debugger. Does anyone know more?
     
  2. Joe Caverly

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    I just saw, for the first time, that JPSoftware has a forum section for PowerShell. Neat.

    Visit http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/dd315244.aspx for more info on the Powershell ISE.

    Just like Visual Studio, I find the context-sensitive help a big plus in the Powershell ISE. For example, let's say I want help on the Add-Type Cmdlet. I place the cursor on Add-Type in the editor, press F1, and up pops the info from the help file, complete with example code.

    Joe
     
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  4. Rod Savard

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    Yep the PS ISE is awesome... I use it when developing/debugging scripts...
     
  5. Will Batzle

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    You should look into ISESteroids. I know this reply comes a little late. I have been using it for a year now. Very handy tool on top of TCC. Wish TCC would be able to pull in the whole ISE window. Now that would be awesome.
     

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