Tag: scripts

August 24, 2009 / by SAPIEN Technologies / Community Tools, Free Tools, PrimalForms, PrimalScript, Windows PowerShell / 3 Comments

Get-GuiDate: A PowerShell Calendar Tool

Forms and dialogs can augment PowerShell scripts or even resurface them completely to make them more friendly for people who aren't familiar with the command line. In some cases, a form can even function as a complete script in and of itself. The Get-GuiDate script, developed from a prototype written with PrimalForms, is an example of a script that is completely centered around a control (the Windows.Forms.MonthCalendar control) embedded in a Windows Form.
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March 5, 2009 / by Jeffery Hicks / Windows PowerShell / No Comments

Folder Usage Function

A few days ago I went over the PowerShell oneliner from SAPIEN's March '09 newsletter. I suggested using it in a scriptblock to save typing. Another possibility is to turn it into a function. Even better would be a function that accepts pipelined input. This would permit me to pipe in a list of folder names and get a usage object for each one. Here's how it works.
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