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Read Me Fast

Valentia is PowerShell deployment tool for Server-Client model. This module set will optimize your work for deploy Commands or files to remote servers.

How to install valentia.

Let's start install valentia.

You have 2 choice to install valentia.

1. PowerShellGet.

Run following command with PowerShell v5 or PackageManagement environment.

Install-Module -Name valentia

2. Open PowerShell or Command prompt, paste the text below and press Enter.

powershell -NoProfile -ExecutionPolicy unrestricted -Command 'iex ([Text.Encoding]::UTF8.GetString([Convert]::FromBase64String((irm "https://api.github.com/repos/guitarrapc/valentia/contents/valentia/Tools/RemoteInstall.ps1").Content))).Remove(0,1)'

Installed Path

After the installation complete, you will find valentia installed into your current user's Module folder.

$env:USERPROFILE\Documents\WindowsPowerShell\Modules\valentia

Automate Module Import with PowerShell v3

While valentia sat in standard Module Path, you don't need to import manually. valentia will automatically loaded into PowerShell session.

Manually import valentia module

If you want to import, just type following in PowerShell.

Import-Module valentia

Updates

Special Thanks

Valentia inspired from capistrano and psake. They are fantastic and awesome tools for automation and DevOps. Especially psake showed cool way of coding and valentia followed in many points. Also psasync and Get-NetworkInfo give me inspire to do asynchronous execution.