SAPIEN PowerShell Studio 2017 5.4.137 | 233 Mb
The updated ribbon UI makes it even easier to work with your scripts. You can customize your panel layouts for the way YOU work or use one of several predefined layouts. Quickly change font size with a handy font size slider. Use our function explorer to rapidly navigate to any function, event or workflow. Change the name of a function or event and it will propagate throughout your script. Our Object browser quickly connects you with PowerShell cmdlets, .NET, WMI, databases or files. Use Snippets to instantly add predefined and tested script segments to your work. And work faster due to our performance enhancements and reduced load times.
Fully-featured Windows PowerShell editor.
Visually create PowerShell GUI tools.
Convert scripts into executable (.exe) files.
Create MSI installers.
Create modules from your existing functions or help files.
Create advanced functions using the Function Builder.
Script with cmdlets from a remote machine.
Source control integration.
Integrated PowerShell consoles. (32-bit & 64-bit)
Comprehensive script debugger.
Multi-file and module debugging.
32-bit and 64-bit PowerShell integration.
Built-in PowerShell help.
Supports Windows PowerShell 2.0 – 5.0.
Plus much more.
PowerShell Script Editor
Features a robust editor with syntax coloring, reference highlighting, bookmarking, code formatting, and code completion. Create, edit and manage code snippets. Script with cmdlets from remote modules.
Create advanced functions easily, including cmdlet and parameter attributes and comment-based help. The Function Builder inserts the correct syntax for you.
The Enhanced Form Designer makes GUI design fast and easy. Eliminate the need to manually write hundreds of lines of code. Use pre-wired controls to create advanced GUIs.
Run and debug scripts and entire modules, locally and remotely. Quickly debug, fix, and verify any problems you may encounter. Support for conditional breakpoints.
Provides support for 32-bit and 64-bit versions of PowerShell within a single application. Runs scripts with elevated privileges and in STA / MTA mode.
Convert your script into executables. Create MSI installers. Fine-tune custom access privileges, elevations, and platforms. Run 32-bit and 64-bit executable files with Windows PowerShell installed.
Create a Windows PowerShell script module in minutes by selecting from among your existing functions.
Integrated help system, automatically displayed help and links make learning and using PowerShell easy. Learn .NET types with quick links to MSDN reference.
The integrated Windows PowerShell console switches between 32-bit and 64-bit while maintaining your session.
Use projects to manage multi-file scripts, create multi-form GUIs, and script modules.
Integrated source control connectivity backs up and versions your files so you don’t lose your work.
Features browsers for PowerShell commands, functions, WMI objects, .NET objects and databases.
ADD: Outlining support for strings (collapsible regions).
ADD: “Create Project from Existing Module” command which creates a PowerShell Studio project for existing modules.
ADD: History dropdown to Find / Replace dialog (Shared with File in Files dialog).
ADD: Build will fail when a module project is placed in the export directory (\MyDocuments\WindowsPowerShell\Modules\ModuleName).
ADD: Project: You can now modify a module manifest’s ModuleVersion via the property panel.
ADD: New Project: Checkbox option to include Git ignore file for temporary project files.
ADD: “Add Git Ignore File” command to project panel context menu (for existing projects).
ADD: Save and Save As to the document tab context menu.
UPD: Create Module From Functions will now insert External Help comments when the “Create external XML help file” option is checked.
UPD: Splat Command: Now produces a variable that incorporates the cmdlet name.
UPD: Splat Command: If the splatted command is part of a statement, the hashtable declaration will be inserted on the line above the statement.
UPD: Module Project: Functions declared in the psm1 file are now shared across the project for PrimalSense purposes.
UPD: Auto-insert quotes will no longer insert the closing quotes if the insertion point is not a whitespace or a statement terminator (i.e. ;).
UPD: PowerShell Studio will automatically update the icon reference of the packager settings if the path points to the previous year’s installation.
UPD: Reference Highlighting and Find All References will no longer produce partial text matches for unknown objects.
UPD: PowerShell Studio now evaluates environmental variables ($env:) to provide file path PrimalSense.
UPD: MSI Builder: Install and Uninstall commands will now verify that the MSI files exists before executing.
UPD: Third party database providers.
FIX: Exception thrown when editing a function with duplicate parameters in the Function Builder.
FIX: PrimalSense would not display the type information for variables assigned in a foreach loop.
FIX: Module project – Functions declared in the psm1 file in are now shared across the project.
FIX: Moving a project folder while having a file in the folder active would cause an access violation.
FIX: Using “Edit with PowerShell Studio” with would cause an output error and leave the cursor as busy.
FIX: Formatting issue where attribute values were not aligning in certain instances.
FIX: Ctrl + F4 was not closing Start page window.
FIX: Productivity pack’s license key was not shown in the about box.
FIX: Filter functions were not recognized as functions.
FIX: The Toggle Quote Command was incorrectly handling curly quotes and strings with embedded variables.
FIX: -f operator was incorrectly colored when located after a here string.
FIX: do keyword was incorrectly formatted like an else statement.
FIX: Oracle Native and Sybase metadata providers were missing.
FIX: ScriptMerge fails to display pathnames after refresh with externally modified files.
FIX: ScriptMerge places tab in new location after refresh
FIX: Functions from imported psm1 files were not being colored correctly.
FIX: Ctrl + Numpad Minus / Plus was collapsing/expanding all nodes regardless of checked options.
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