Unified Approach to Generating Documentation for PowerShell Cmdlets

Posted by: Simple Talk, on 22 Apr 2016 | View original | Bookmarked: 0 time(s)

Now, it is easy to provide professional-quality documentation for PowerShell cmdlets, and to keep it in sync when you make changes, whether they are written in PowerShell or C#. Whereas this has always been easy to do in PowerShell, it was always painful to do in C# or VB because it meant having to build your own MAML file. Michael completes his three-part series by summarising, in a wallchart, how to go about it....

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