Just a few posts about PowerShell and related tools.

  1. #1 by Luke on August 18, 2013 - 8:01 am

    Hi Romain,

    just wanting to get in contact with you about Split-Pipeline. I’m really enjoying this module for PowerShell and I’m wondering if you have setup any Google groups or the like for the purposes of discussion and extending this great PowerShell tool?


  2. #2 by Roman Kuzmin on August 18, 2013 - 9:01 am

    Hi Luke,

    There are no Google groups for Split-Pipeline mostly because it is used by relatively small number of people. If you want to discuss or suggest something use the Github project page: https://github.com/nightroman/SplitPipeline/issues


  3. #3 by AJit on February 9, 2014 - 2:34 am

    hi romain,
    i have use the split-job.ps1 v 1.2 from stepehen but when i read the blog that you have made the improvement for the same so i downloade the module to give a try .
    question when i use split-job script for stephen i use something like this and it works
    Get-Content hosts.txt | Split-Job {%{ .\MyScript.ps1 -ComputerName $_ }}

    i don’t know how to do the same for yours . if i have to use your module how should i do that?
    any eaxample would be great

    thanks for your help

  4. #4 by Roman Kuzmin on February 9, 2014 - 2:53 am

    This worked for me in a similar test case:
    Get-Content hosts.txt | Split-Pipeline {process{ .\MyScript.ps1 -ComputerName $_ }}


  5. #5 by AJit on February 10, 2014 - 8:03 am

    thanks it work for me to, and if also use $input instead of process it also works and if i use
    split-pipeline -count 10 the process is much faster

  6. #6 by Máté on October 22, 2014 - 8:28 pm

    Hello Roman,

    I came across your Invoke-Build projet and liked very much what I saw. I was thinking, have you considered contributing to an Invoke-Build Cmake generator? It would be nice I think CMake project building could be neatly automated using PowerShell, not to mention the eye candy of PS progress bars. 🙂

  7. #7 by Roman Kuzmin on October 24, 2014 - 4:23 am

    Hi Máté,

    I do not know what CMake is. Could you can explain what you mean, for example, here:


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