posh-git: A PowerShell Environment for Git

I’ve been meaning to put together a post about this for a few days, but Mark Embling beat me to it.

I’m a big fan of PowerShell and Git, but had never bothered using them together until Jeremy Skinner’s post about adding tab completion pushed me over the edge. Mark’s post has more details, but the short version is that there’s a Google Group and GitHub repository that we will be using going forward in an effort to make Git and PowerShell work better together.

Over the coming weeks I’ll have more to say about what we’ve been up to, but if you’re at all interested in Git on PowerShell or have your own tips or tricks you’d like to share, please leave a comment or join the group.

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About Keith Dahlby

I'm a .NET developer, Git enthusiast and language geek from Cedar Rapids, IA. I work as a software guru at J&P Cycles and studied Human-Computer Interaction at Iowa State University.
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  • http://blog.robustsoftware.co.uk Garry Shutler

    The name of this project fills me with glee.

  • http://der-albert.com Albert Weinert

    Hi,

    you might take a look at

    http://github.com/DerAlbertCom/GitHgPowerShell

    Integration für Git and Hg (based on the same articles)