Do not post any licensing information in this forum.
When using the console, we all use aliases all day. We bind our everyday commands to simple aliases, to speed up our daily work. Aliases are a deeply ingrained habit and are obviously here to stay.
However, in a script-file, there is no room for aliases. Aliases can be altered, aliases can be removed and aliases are harder to read.
Which is why typing them in a script is one of the deadly powershell-sins in our team. This however runs contrary to our habits and focus on efficiency while on the console. Good habits in one situation become bad habits in another.
So what I'd like is an option to automatically expand aliases (both for functions and their parameters) ...
... when typing them, after pressing space or enter
... when pasting code into the editor
... when using the auto-format feature
You can expand alias the following ways:
1. Press [Tab] after typing the alias name.
2. Press [Ctrl + Shift + A] to expand all aliases in the script.
3. Use the editor context menu to expand the alias.
SAPIEN Technologies, Inc.
nice to see it's coming at some point.
Oops, wasn't aware of that shortcut yet. Thanks for the info.davidc wrote:2. Press [Ctrl + Shift + A] to expand all aliases in the script.
Who is online
Users browsing this forum: No registered users and 9 guests