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PowerShell module management as a native feature is here!

Windows PowerShell team just announced the availability of WMF 5.0 Preview May 2014 release. This includes an exciting new feature called PowerShellGet.

PowerShellGet is a new way to discover, install, and update PowerShell Modules.  New in WMF 5.0 Preview May 2014, PowerShellGet contains a set of cmdlets that enable users to interact with an online module gallery.

If you have not tried WMF 5.0 Preview yet, it includes a new package management framework called OneGet and good number of changes/fixes to Desired State Configuration. I will write here about some more changes to DSC soon. So, watch this space.

Go ahead and try WMF 5.0 Preview.

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2 Responses to "PowerShell module management as a native feature is here!"

  1. Stephen Bawks says:

    I think what is worth mentioning is a good way to find the product ID for MSI packages.

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