Now that Windows PowerShell is open source, this project has archived. See issue #429.
An Open Source reimplementation of Windows PowerShell.
Alpha. This project is useful in certain constrained applications, e.g. the NuGet Console in Xamarin Studio.
Assuming you have MonoDevelop installed:
git clone ...
CONTRIBUTING.md for more details, especially if you see funny characters on startup.
The original release of Pash in 2008 didn't include a LICENSE or COPYING file, or other indication of license. However, at https://sourceforge.net/projects/pash/ it says:
BSD License, GNU General Public License (GPL)
I have emailed Igor Moochnick a few times to clarify his licensing intent, but he hasn't responded. So I'm treating that note on sourceforge as authoritative.
Pash was created by Igor Moochnick and published at http://pash.sourceforge.net/ in 2008. After the original release, development ceased.
In 2012, Jay Bazuzi moved the project to GitHub and got things going again. A bunch of generous contributors have since joined in, keeping the project moving forward a bit at a time.
Followup blog post, Igor's last message about Pash.
Mention on the official PowerShell Blog:
If you like Pash and want to express your gratitude, you could:
- Contribute code to Pash. See
CONTRIBUTING.mdand send a pull request!
- Contribute to some other open source project.
- Edit Wikipedia.
- Create art, music, architecture, boat plans, whatever, and release it under Creative Commons.
- Volunteer in your community.
- Give free hugs!
- If you're making money with Pash, then you should send money.