Timeline for support of powershell v7.2.0

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DaveRichards
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Timeline for support of powershell v7.2.0

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Product, version and build: Powershell Studio 2021 v5.8.196
Operating system: Windows 10 21H1
PowerShell version(s): v7.2.0

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I have recently updated to powershell v7.2.0 and find that i can no longer run or debug scripts using powershell v7 in powershell studio.

I have seen the other posts about the current supported version not being v7.2.0, however, do you have a timeline for when v7.2.0 will be officially supported or of a work around in the mean time?

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Re: Timeline for support of powershell v7.2.0

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PowerShell 7.2 uses .NET 6, which has just been released and suffers from an assortment of initial problems. That is not uncommon for new releases, but it means we need to take time and thoroughly test and evaluate what works and what not and why not. Its also important to note, we do not recommend the use of PowerShell 7.2 for any forms development at this time as this has also been lifted to a new platform.

We do not have a set release date or timeline to share, but it will be added in the near future. Please pay attention to our product logs and blog for news about the release.

For the time being, you should still be able to run via a PowerShell 7 console (Ctrl + f8) until official support is added.
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Re: Timeline for support of powershell v7.2.0

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Thank you so much for the quick reply.

I will keep an eye on your blog.