Pester

5.1.1

Pester provides a framework for running BDD style Tests to execute and validate PowerShell commands inside of PowerShell and offers a powerful set of Mocking Functions that allow tests to mimic and mock the functionality of any command inside of a piece of PowerShell code being tested. Pester tests can execute any command or script that is accessible to a pester test
Pester provides a framework for running BDD style Tests to execute and validate PowerShell commands inside of PowerShell and offers a powerful set of Mocking Functions that allow tests to mimic and mock the functionality of any command inside of a piece of PowerShell code being tested. Pester tests can execute any command or script that is accessible to a pester test file. This can include functions, Cmdlets, Modules and scripts. Pester can be run in ad hoc style in a console or it can be integrated into the Build scripts of a Continuous Integration system.

Minimum PowerShell version

3.0

Installation Options

Copy and Paste the following command to install this package using PowerShellGet More Info

Install-Module -Name Pester

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Manually download the .nupkg file to your system's default download location. Note that the file won't be unpacked, and won't include any dependencies. Learn More

Author(s)

Pester Team

Copyright

Copyright (c) 2020 by Pester Team, licensed under Apache 2.0 License.

Version History

Version Downloads Last updated
5.1.1 (current version) 151,519 12/11/2020
5.1.0 29,449 11/25/2020
5.1.0-rc2 3,881 11/19/2020
5.1.0-rc1 404 11/7/2020
5.1.0-beta4 103 11/1/2020
5.1.0-beta3 220 10/25/2020
5.1.0-beta2 361 10/7/2020
5.1.0-beta1 154 9/18/2020
5.0.5-beta1 265 9/4/2020
5.0.4 97,940 9/3/2020
5.0.4-beta1 354 8/13/2020
5.0.3 58,460 8/8/2020
5.0.2 136,313 6/2/2020
5.0.1 49,536 5/28/2020
5.0.0 18,335 5/27/2020
5.0.0-rc9 668 5/16/2020
5.0.0-rc8 343 5/14/2020
5.0.0-rc7 116 5/12/2020
5.0.0-rc6 2,094 5/4/2020
5.0.0-rc5 1,048 4/24/2020
5.0.0-rc4 160 4/20/2020
5.0.0-rc3 365 4/14/2020
5.0.0-rc1 552 4/4/2020
5.0.0-beta 645 2/8/2020
5.0.0-alpha4 857 5/26/2019
5.0.0-alpha3 875 3/23/2019
4.10.1 1,344,620 2/7/2020
4.10.0 100,860 2/1/2020
4.9.0 672,406 9/8/2019
4.8.1 455,919 5/11/2019
4.8.0 51,717 5/1/2019
4.7.3 108,604 3/23/2019
4.7.2 48,153 3/8/2019
4.7.1 17,122 3/5/2019
4.7.0 12,396 3/3/2019
4.7.0-beta1 67 2/23/2019
4.6.0 151,435 1/21/2019
4.5.0 49,131 1/10/2019
4.5.0-beta2 70 1/5/2019
4.5.0-beta1 146 12/20/2018
4.4.4 25,612 1/3/2019
4.4.3 40,481 12/11/2018
4.4.2 149,115 10/3/2018
4.4.1 23,432 9/26/2018
4.4.0 105,665 7/20/2018
4.4.0-beta2 419 7/8/2018
4.4.0-beta 375 5/6/2018
4.3.1 279,502 2/20/2018
4.2.0 26,196 2/18/2018
4.2.0-alpha3 58 12/17/2017
4.2.0-alpha2 29 12/12/2017
4.2.0-alpha1 34 12/12/2017
4.1.1 150,600 12/9/2017
4.1.0 83,143 11/15/2017
4.0.8 82,983 9/15/2017
4.0.7 7,332 9/13/2017
4.0.6 79,796 8/17/2017
4.0.5 69,573 7/25/2017
4.0.4 20,256 7/14/2017
4.0.3 170,742 3/22/2017
4.0.2 14,391 1/18/2017
3.4.6 8,083 1/13/2017
3.4.5 639 1/12/2017
3.4.3 32,151 8/26/2016
3.4.2 3,995 8/2/2016
3.4.1 1,407 7/22/2016
3.4.0 19,281 3/1/2016
3.3.14 985 12/16/2015
3.3.13 122 12/10/2015
3.3.12 76 12/8/2015
3.3.11 526 9/8/2015
3.3.10 238 8/14/2015
3.3.9 2,044 5/24/2015
3.3.8 180 4/15/2015
3.3.7 59 4/15/2015
3.3.6 109 3/19/2015
3.3.5 653 1/23/2015
3.3.4 69 1/22/2015
3.2.0 426 12/3/2014
3.1.1 101 10/30/2014
3.0.3 108 10/11/2014