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  • Finding Content in Files With Git

    Acknowledgment: This is meant to be the Windows equivalent of Anders Janmyr ’s excellent post on the subject of finding stuff with Git. Essentially, I’m translating some of Anders’ examples to Powershell and providing explanations for things that many Windows devs might not be familiar...
    Posted to Christopher Bennage by Christopher Bennage on 02-03-2012
    Filed under: source control, PowerShell, git, windows
  • Finding Files by Name With Git

    Acknowledgment: This is meant to be the Windows equivalent of Anders Janmyr ’s excellent post on the subject of finding stuff with Git. Essentially, I’m translating some of Anders’ examples to Powershell and providing explanations for things that many Windows devs might not be familiar...
    Posted to Christopher Bennage by Christopher Bennage on 01-30-2012
    Filed under: source control, PowerShell, git, windows
  • Building Caliburn.Micro’s NuGet Package

    I’m pretty excited about having NuGet support for Caliburn.Micro with the upcoming RTW. The work was spearheaded by Ryan Cromwell and I’ve been testing it and extending it for about a week. I thought I would take this opportunity to share a few things that Ryan put together in order to make...
    Posted to .NET & Funky Fresh by Rob Eisenberg on 04-08-2011
    Filed under: WPF, Xaml, WPF/e, Silverlight, RIA, MVVM, Caliburn Micro, WP7, NuGet, PowerShell
  • PowerShell, GAC, and build servers

    I’m still a Powershell n00b, so take my advice cum granis salis. No GacUtil Please My situation was that I needed some 3rd party assemblies installed in the GAC on a build server. There was a little bit of churn on the assemblies, so it wasn’t just an “install once and forget”. I’m lazy, so I found a...
    Posted to Christopher Bennage by Christopher Bennage on 08-25-2010
    Filed under: Continuous Integration, PowerShell
  • Powershell and IIS 6.0 Path

    Being a powershell rookie, I had some trouble with getting some info from IIS 6 for a deployment script I am working on. I wanted to get the path name of a web site so I can place app_offline.htm prior to deployment. Here’s how I can get the target path: $server = " localhost " $siteName...
    Posted to Mike Nichols - Son Of Nun Technology by Michael Nichols on 04-29-2010
    Filed under: IIS, Powershell
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