FormatPx

1.1.3.15

FormatPx separates the formatting layer from the data processing layer in PowerShell. By default, PowerShell's native Format-* cmdlets convert data objects into format objects when are then rendered in the console. This reduces the usefulness of the Format-* cmdlets, making it harder to work with formatting in PowerShell. FormatPx fixes this problem by attaching forma
FormatPx separates the formatting layer from the data processing layer in PowerShell. By default, PowerShell's native Format-* cmdlets convert data objects into format objects when are then rendered in the console. This reduces the usefulness of the Format-* cmdlets, making it harder to work with formatting in PowerShell. FormatPx fixes this problem by attaching format data to objects rather than replacing objects with format data. This allows for data processing to continue beyond Format-* cmdlets, without losing any of the capabilities of the formatting engine in PowerShell. FormatPx also removes formatting limitations in the output layer, allowing multiple contiguous formats returned by a single command to render properly in PowerShell.

Minimum PowerShell version

3.0

Installation Options

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Install-Module -Name FormatPx

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Author(s)

Kirk Munro

Copyright

Copyright 2016 Kirk Munro

Owners

Tags

formatFormat-TableFormat-ListFormat-WideFormat-CustomFormat-DefaultOut-DefaultOut-FileOut-HostOut-PrinterOut-String

Cmdlets

Format-Custom Format-Default Format-List Format-Table Format-Wide Out-Default Out-File Out-Host Out-Printer Out-String

Functions

Format-Custom Format-Default Format-List Format-Table Format-Wide Out-Default Out-File Out-Host Out-Printer Out-String

Dependencies

Release Notes

This module will not automatically load by invoking a Format-* command because the native, core Format-* cmdlets are loaded first in PowerShell. To start using FormatPx, you should explicitly import the module either at the command line or as part of your profile by invoking "Import-Module FormatPx".

Version History

Version Downloads Last updated
1.1.3.15 (current version) 13,190 1/23/2016
1.1.3.14 32 1/5/2016
1.1.2.12 166 8/24/2015
1.1.1.11 94 5/15/2015
1.1.0.7 38 4/21/2015
1.1.0.6 13 4/21/2015
1.0.4.5 56 1/24/2015
1.0.3.4 24 1/11/2015
1.0.2.3 19 1/9/2015
1.0.1.2 17 1/8/2015
1.0.0.1 31 12/17/2014
1.0.0.0 32 12/10/2014