December 12, 2009 / by Alex Riedel / PrimalScript, Software News, Windows PowerShell / No Comments

PowerShell modules and PrimalScript’s Object Browser

The next service build of PrimalScript 2009 (5.0.622) will show registered modules in the object browser under the PowerShell node.


Modules have not to be loaded by default to show in the browser, just like snapins they load on demand when you expand a node.

This allows you to browse the registered modules on your system and their corresponding help information while writing scripts or working in the embedded console.

As with all other items in the object browser, you can simply drag and drop the names to your code or the console to avoid typos and save keystrokes.


PowerShell V2 must be installed for module support, for coloring and PrimalSense support modules should be imported in PrimalScript’s PowerShell profile.

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