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License Documentation - PowerShellGet PowerShell Gallery - PowerShellGet Minimum Supported PowerShell Version

Important Note

If you were familiar with the PowerShellGet 3.0 project, we renamed the module to be PSResourceGet, for more information please read this blog.

This version of PSResourceGet is currently under development and is not quite complete. As a result, we are currently only accepting PRs for tests. If you would like to open a PR please open an issue first so that necessary discussion can take place. Please open an issue for any feature requests, bug reports, or questions for PSResourceGet. Please note, the repository for PowerShellGet is available at PowerShell/PowerShellGetv2.


PSResourceGet is a PowerShell module with commands for discovering, installing, updating and publishing the PowerShell resources like Modules, Scripts, and DSC Resources.


Documentation for PSResourceGet is currently under its old name PowerShellGet v3, please Click here to reference the documentation.


  • PowerShell 5.0 or higher.

Get PSResourceGet Module

Please use the PowerShell Gallery to get the latest version of the module.

Get PowerShellGet Source


  • Obtain the source

    git clone
  • Navigate to the local repository directory

PS C:\> cd c:\Repos\PSResourceGet
PS C:\Repos\PSResourceGet>
  • Build the project
# Build for the net472 framework
PS C:\Repos\PSResourceGet> .\build.ps1 -Clean -Build -BuildConfiguration Debug -BuildFramework net472

# Build for the netstandard2.0 framework
PS C:\Repos\PSResourceGet> .\build.ps1 -Clean -Build -BuildConfiguration Debug -BuildFramework netstandard2.0
  • Publish the module to a local repository
PS C:\Repos\PSResourceGet> .\build.ps1 -Publish
  • Run functional tests
PS C:\Repos\PSResourceGet> Invoke-PSPackageProjectTest -Type Functional
  • Import the module into a new PowerShell session
# If running PowerShell 6+
C:\> Import-Module C:\Repos\PSResourceGet\out\PSResourceGet

# If running Windows PowerShell
C:\> Import-Module C:\Repos\PSResourceGet\out\PSResourceGet\PSResourceGet.psd1