Team Foundation Services and PowerGUI – Using PowerShell with Version Control
This is a very comfortable setup.
Version Control combined with the (currently) best PowerShell editor.
Best part is: it’s all free and very scalable.
This setup can be used for teams of every size.
Nicely written and structured article as well.
Version control allows you and others to work on the same scripts, check them in and out, etc. By following these steps, it is possible to use version control system for PowerShell as well as a number of other programming languages.
For PowerShell, PowerGUI is by far my favourite GUI/Script Editor, it is free, far superior to ISE (which is improving) and my preference to PrimalScript. Although PowerGUI is my preference for PowerShell development, for pretty much all other scripting, PrimalScript is superb.
Primal’s PowerShell Studio is an excellent PowerShell GUI/Script Editor. It has a similar feature set to PowerGUI, with some advantages and some disadvantages- one thing that it excels at is PowerShell GUI development.
One thing that PowerGUI, PowerShell Studio and PrimalScript all have in common, is that they support the MSSCCI provider/Source Control Plug-in API. The following guide shows you how to install the provider and…
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