In PowerShell 6.2 PSReadLine and your usual shortcuts are not working at all…
Please note that this post is not intended to absolute PowerShell beginners, but rather to Windows PowerShell users who want to give a try to PowerShell Core aka PowerShell 6.x.
On this one, I will not go very deep with the explanation because it implies many PowerShell knowledge.
However, I will explain the main principle and give a sample of code to make your work easier if you understand it.
Most of the time, you will just have to adapt it to match your needs.
A simple method with a oneliner bonus.
I am a great fan of the KISS method, while KISS stands for Keep It Simple Stupid. Fortunately, there are two built-in cmdlets in PowerShell to make it easy to create log files: Start-Transcript and Stop-Transcript. However, keep in mind that you must use a maximum of your script content with the Verbose parameter. Furthermore, […]