There are two good news. First of all, full install of the PsGet can now look like:
(new-object Net.WebClient).DownloadString("http://bit.ly/GetPsGet") | iex
Second and much more notable is actually the fact that PsGet now supports simple central directory of the modules. Of course, for now it almost empty. But I will try to fill it with some intersting modules. So what we have…
To install a PowerShell environment for Git from https://github.com/dahlbyk/posh-git/ execute
To install psake, a build automation tool… now with less XML…
To install poshcode utilities from poshcode.org
Does it look nice? I hope so :) You can also search for modules. Wildcards are supported:
Get-PsGetModuleInfo ps* | format-list
Btw, right now is good time to start suggesting modules you want to see in directory.
P.S. Also I am thinking about short alias for install-module (e.g. install or psget or .. )Comments.