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Description

PowerShellGet is the package manager for PowerShell

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Important Note

This version of PowerShellGet is currently under development and is not feature complete. As a result, we are currently only accepting PRs for tests. If you would like to open a PR please open an issue first so that necessary discussion can take place. Please open an issue for any feature requests, bug reports, or questions for PowerShellGet version 3.0 (currently available as a preview release). Please note, the repository for previous versions of PowerShellGet has a new location at PowerShell/PowerShellGetv2.

Introduction

PowerShellGet is a PowerShell module with commands for discovering, installing, updating and publishing the PowerShell artifacts like Modules, Scripts, and DSC Resources.

Documentation

Documentation for PowerShellGet 3.0 has not yet been published, please Click here to reference the documentation for previous versions of PowerShellGet.

Requirements

  • PowerShell 5.0 or higher.

Get PowerShellGet Module

Please refer to our documentation for the up-to-date version on how to get the PowerShellGet Module.

Get PowerShellGet Source

Steps

  • Obtain the source

    • Download the latest source code from the release page (https://github.com/PowerShell/PowerShellGet/releases) OR
    • Clone the repository (needs git)
      powershell
      git clone https://github.com/PowerShell/PowerShellGet
      
  • Navigate to the local repository directory

PS C:\> cd c:\Repos\PowerShellGet
PS C:\Repos\PowerShellGet>
  • Install PSPackageProject module if needed
if ((Get-Module -Name PSPackageProject -ListAvailable).Count -eq 0) {
    Install-Module -Name PSPackageProject -Repository PSGallery
}
  • Build the project
# Build for the netstandard2.0 framework
PS C:\Repos\PowerShellGet> .\build.ps1 -Clean -Build -BuildConfiguration Debug -BuildFramework netstandard2.0
  • Publish the module to a local repository
PS C:\Repos\PowerShellGet> .\build.ps1 -Publish
  • Run functional tests
PS C:\Repos\PowerShellGet> Invoke-PSPackageProjectTest -Type Functional
  • Import the module into a new PowerShell session
# If running PowerShell 6+
C:\> Import-Module C:\Repos\PowerShellGet\out\PowerShellGet

If running Windows PowerShell

C:> Import-Module C:\Repos\PowerShellGet\out\PowerShellGet\PowerShellGet.psd1

Note
PowerShellGet consists of .NET binaries and so can be imported into a PowerShell session only once. Since the PSPackageProject module, used to build the module, has a dependency on earlier versions of PowerShellGet, the newly built module cannot be imported into that session. The new module can only be imported into a new session that has no prior imported PowerShellGet module. You will recieve warning messages in the console if you encounter this issue.

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