Monthly Archives: February 2016

Creating a PowerShell Command that Process Paths using Visual Studio Code

Writing functions that need to process paths in PowerShell and do everything that PowerShell users expect can be tricky.  Here are some of the features that folks expect for a fictitious function called “Edit-File” (well, there *is* an Edit-File command … Continue reading

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New Release of PowerShell Extension For Visual Studio Code

There’s a new version (0.4.0) of the PowerShell extension for Visual Studio Code out with some really nice enhancements.  There’s also a new version of Visual Studio Code (0.10.8) out with lots of improvements as well (read about those here).  … Continue reading

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