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Invoke-Build is a build and test automation tool which invokes tasks defined in PowerShell v2.0+ scripts. It is similar to psake but arguably easier to use and more powerful. It is complete, bug free, well covered by tests.
  • 111,004 total downloads
  • last updated 7/14/2020
  • Latest version: 0.4.0-dotnetcore0001
  • PowerShell help xmldoc
Tool used to generate .dll-Help.xml help files for binary PowerShell modules from XML Doc comments. Licensed under the terms of the new 3-clause BSD license.
This is targeted for signing the contents of NuGet packages that are using unsigned assemblies, in order to be able to link to these packages where the consuming project is strongly named. Access to the original source code is not required, and you may sign any assembly with your own strong naming... More information
A package to manage fluent migrations in a Visual Studio solution. Adds PowerShell commands to the Package Manager Console to wrap calls to Migrate.exe of the FluentMigrator library. (Requires the FluentMigrator package to be installed. FluentMigrator.Tools is required if the framework is .NET 3.5... More information
Note: This package is for extending the ConDep DSL. If you're looking for ConDep to do deployment or infrastructure as code, please use the ConDep package. ConDep is a highly extendable Domain Specific Language for Continuous Deployment, Continuous Delivery and Infrastructure as Code on Windows.
  • 5,932 total downloads
  • last updated 5/16/2016
  • Latest version: 1.1.1
  • powershell
This nuget package contains a powershell module, package-downloader.psm1, which can be used do download nuget packages in powershell.
Mdbc is the PowerShell module based on the official MongoDB C# driver. Mdbc makes MongoDB data and operations PowerShell friendly.
Automatically creates a NuGet package from your project each time it builds. The NuGet package is placed in the project's output directory. If you want to use a .nuspec file, place it in the same directory as the project's project file (e.g. .csproj, .vbproj, .fsproj). This adds a PostBuildScripts... More information