HistoryPx

1.0.6.15

HistoryPx uses proxy commands to add extended history information to PowerShell. This includes the duration of a command, a flag indicating whether a command was successful or not, the output generated by a command (limited to a configurable maximum value), the error generated by a command, and the actual number of objects returned as output and as error records.  His
HistoryPx uses proxy commands to add extended history information to PowerShell. This includes the duration of a command, a flag indicating whether a command was successful or not, the output generated by a command (limited to a configurable maximum value), the error generated by a command, and the actual number of objects returned as output and as error records.  HistoryPx also adds a "__" variable to PowerShell that captures the last output that you may have wanted to capture, and includes commands to configure how it decides when output should be captured.  Lastly, HistoryPx includes commands to manage the memory footprint that is used by extended history information.

Minimum PowerShell version

3.0

Installation Options

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Install-Module -Name HistoryPx

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Author(s)

Kirk Munro

Copyright

Copyright 2016 Kirk Munro

Owners

Tags

history Clear-History Get-History Out-Default

Cmdlets

Clear-History Get-History Out-Default

Functions

Get-CaptureOutputConfiguration Get-ExtendedHistoryConfiguration Set-CaptureOutputConfiguration Set-ExtendedHistoryConfiguration

Dependencies

Release Notes

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

Version History

Version Downloads Last updated
1.0.6.15 (current version) 2,634 4/4/2016
1.0.5.14 16 3/31/2016
1.0.4.13 115 1/23/2016
1.0.3.12 24 1/7/2016
1.0.1.10 214 4/24/2015
1.0.1.9 14 4/23/2015
1.0.0.8 93 12/10/2014
1.0.0.7 18 11/26/2014
1.0.0.6 12 11/17/2014
1.0.0.5 11 11/17/2014
1.0.0.4 12 11/8/2014
1.0.0.3 16 11/3/2014
1.0.0.2 14 10/30/2014
1.0.0.1 13 10/30/2014