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Plaster Release History

1.1.4 - (Unreleased)


  • Write destination path with Write-Host so it doesn't add extra output when -PassThru specified #326.


  • Updated PSScriptAnalyzerSettings.psd1 template file to sync w/latest in vscode-powershell examples.

1.1.1 - 2017-10-26


  • Added $IsMacOS variable to constrained runspace #291.
  • Added missing .cat file from 1.1.0 release #292.

1.1.0 - 2017-10-25


  • Fixed prompt errors when prompt text null or empty #236.
  • Fixed New Module Script template's Test task which fails to run on x64 Visual Studio Code.
  • Fixed Test-PlasterManifest on non-Windows running .NET Core 2.0 failed with path using \ instead of /. Thanks to @elmundio87 via PR #282


  • Added constrained runspace cmdlet: Out-String #235.
  • Added constrained runspace variables: PSVersionTable and on >= PS v6 IsLinux, IsOSX and IsWindows #239.
  • The parameter element now supports a condition attribute so that prompting for parameters can be conditional based on environmental factors (such as OS) or answers to previous parameter prompts. This allows template authors to build a "dynamic" set of prompts.
  • Added constrained runspace cmdlet: Compare-Object #286.


  • Simplified New Module Script template user choices i.e. removed prompt for adding Pester test. The test is now always added.

1.0.1 - 2016-12-16

  • Fixed issue with the used of GetModule -FullyQualifiedName on PowerShell v3

1.0.0 - 2016-12-16

  • First official release shipped to the PowerShell Gallery!

0.3.0 - 2016-11-05

  • Updated build script with support for building help from markdown files, building updatable help files and generating file catalog.
  • Initial release shows the basics of what this module could do.

0.2.0 - 2016-07-31

  • Introduced new directive <templateFile> that implicitlys expands the specified file(s), allowing the template author to set the target file encoding. This new directive supports a wildcard source specifier like the <file> directive. With this change, <file> no longer supports template expansion and as result the template and encoding attributes have been removed.
  • Restructured the module source to follow best practice of separating infrastructure from module files.
  • Fixed #47: How to create empty directories. The <file> directive supports this now.
  • Fixed #58: File recurse does not work anymore.
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