[PSS 2017] add expiration date to build process

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[PSS 2017] add expiration date to build process

Post by jpsider » Tue May 23, 2017 2:51 pm

I'd like to have a feature where we could specify an expiration date of an .exe that is created during a build of a powershell script.

It should function much like the expiration of files that are created with a trial version of PSS.

Let me know if you have any questions.

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Re: [PSS 2017] add expiration date to build process

Post by Bosparan » Sat May 27, 2017 5:31 am

Interesting idea.
Can't say I currently have a use-case for it, but it may very well have for you.

If that should come, it may also be beneficial to be able to specify a message to display.

On the other hand, you already can implement your own timeout (and message) in the code, so this may not actually need to be implemented on a package level (unless you want to avoid scriptblock logging to get a sniff after the date, in which case you really need to go for the package-level lockout).