en-US/about_Carbon_Installation.help.txt

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TOPIC
    about_Carbon_Installation
    
SHORT DESCRIPTION
    Carbon can be installed from a ZIP archive, from the PowerShell gallery, with 
    Chocolatey, and NuGet.
    
INSTALL FROM ZIP ARCHIVE
    1. [Download the ZIP file from Bitbucket.](https://bitbucket.org/splatteredbits/carbon/downloads)
    2. Unblock the zip file (right-click the .zip file, choose Properties, click 
       "Unblock", then click "OK").
    3. Unzip the Carbon module anywhere on your file system. 
    
    You can now import module using the `Import-Carbon.ps1` script:
    
        PS> .\Carbon\Import-Carbon.ps1
    
    To make Carbon available so you can run `Import-Module Carbon`, copy the `Carbon`
    directory into one of PowerShell's module paths. This command will you a list: PS> $env:PSModuelPath -split ';'
     
    Once you do, you can import Carbon by running:
     
        PS> Import-Module '
Carbon' INSTALL FROM POWERSHELL GALLERY To install from the PowerShell Gallery, you must be running PowerShell 5. If so, run: PS> Install-Module -Name 'Carbon' You can now import Carbon by running: PS> Import-Module 'Carbon' INSTALL WITH CHOCOLATEY To install with Chocolatey, you'll need [Chocolatey installed](http://chocolatey.org).
    With Chocolatey installed, run:
    
        PS> choco install Carbon

    This will install Carbon into one of PowerShell's module paths. You can now import Carbon by running: PS> Import-Module 'Carbon' INSTALL WITH NUGET To install with NuGet, you'll need [NuGet installed](http://nuget.org). With NuGet
    installed, run:
    
        PS> nuget install Carbon
    
    This will create a `Carbon-X.Y.Z` directory in your current directory (or the 
    output directory you specified with Nuget's `OutputDirectory` parameter). You can import Carbon from that directory using the `Import-Carbon.ps1 script: PS> .\Carbon-X.Y.Z\Carbon\Import-Carbon.ps1 Or with PowerShell's `Import-Module` command:
    
        PS> Import-Module '.\Carbon-X.Y.Z\Carbon'
        
    If you want Carbon available so you can run `Import-Module Carbon`, copy the
    `Carbon-X.Y.Z\Carbon` directory into one of PowerShell's module paths. This command will give you a list: PS> $env:PSModulePath -split ';'
 
SEE ALSO
    http://chocolatey.org
    http://www.nuget.org
    https://www.powershellgallery.com/
    https://bitbucket.org/splatteredbits/carbon/downloads