I got a pleasant surprise this morning: Kirk Munro (Quest Software) posted the results of the “PowerGUI Challenge 2010“-contest and my SnippetManager won the price for the best add-on!
I’m quite happy about this, because although i had a good feeling ;) there were quite a few great entries like WMISpy and DemoPowerShell from James Brundage or the Help Browser from Gyorgy Nemesmagasi. The price for the best powerpack went to Adam Murray for his great HP Virtual Connect Management Pack. (Read about all winning entries over at Kirks blog.)
I also would like to take this opportunity to thank Kirk for his expertise and his help with a few ugly bugs during the development of my add-ons. Thanks!
It was a lot of fun participating in the contest Continue reading “PowerGUI Challenge 2010 winners / Snippet Manager voted “Best Add-On””
With the 0.9.2 update, Snippet Manager is now even more comfortable to use than it was before!
OK, lets cut the marketing BS ;), here are the changes: Continue reading “Snippet Manager 0.9.2 released”
I made a video tutorial for the SnippetManager especially for beginners, which focuses on creating new snippets and how to use placeholders.
(!) Its about version 0.9 and it still covers all the basic functions, but you may also want to read the help file to find out about all the improvements and new features in the latest version.
You can watch the tutorial here:
or in better quality and with selectable chapters here: (min. screen res 1280×768)
I just uploaded the Snippet Manager, another add-on i made for the great (and free) Powershell editor PowerGUI. Its written completely in Powershell. You can get the add-on here.
What it is
With the SnippetManager add-on you can manage your code snippets. You can easily create new snippets, edit existing ones, create new categories and much more.
Continue reading “Snippet Manager for PowerGUI”
I finished the first add-on for the free Powershell script editor PowerGUI:
ScriptColors / v1.0
With the ScriptColors add-on you can change the colors and font stlye, in which the PowerGUI Script Editor highlights the different parts of your scripts (syntax highlighting).