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How to strong name partially signed assemblies

How to strong name partially signed assemblies

When developing software based on .NET it is quite common to strong name your assemblies especially if you’re a library vendor providing your libraries to other people. One rule of… Read more »

#PSCXTip Getting details about a command’s parameters

#PSCXTip Getting details about a command’s parameters

The parameters for a PowerShell command can be quite complex. Some parameters are only valid in certain parameter sets. Parameters have types, may be mandatory or optional, can have aliases… Read more »

#PSCXTip Manipulating file attributes

#PSCXTip Manipulating file attributes

When dealing with files under source control it is quite often useful to be able to make a bunch of files readonly or writable in bulk. You can do this… Read more »

#PSCXTip Formatting XML for better readability

#PSCXTip Formatting XML for better readability

XML is great for easily storing structured data and is pretty easy to work with in PowerShell. However, sometimes you run across XML that is so poorly formatted you lose… Read more »

#PSCXTip How to determine the byte order mark of a text file

#PSCXTip How to determine the byte order mark of a text file

Text files created by PowerShell are little endian Unicode (UTF-16LE) by default.  You can see this by inspecting the first couple of bytes of a text file for a BOM… Read more »

PowerShell Community Extensions

PowerShell Community Extensions

I started the PowerShell Community Extensions (PSCX) project to fill in  some of the gaps in the set of built-in Windows PowerShell commands.  Over the years, some of the PSCX… Read more »

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