A module to import functions from PowerShell scripts in your project, and remote scripts making it easier to organize and reuse your code.

Minimum PowerShell version


Installation Options

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

Install-Module -Name PsImport

Copy and Paste the following command to install this package using Microsoft.PowerShell.PSResourceGet More Info

Install-PSResource -Name PsImport

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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



Alain Herve (c) 2024. All rights reserved.

Package Details


  • Alain Herve


Psmodule PsImport PowerShell




This module has no dependencies.

Release Notes

# Changelog

* Added Import from the same Github repo.
 Now you don't need to specify the file path if It's in the same repo.


# Install guide:

1. [Click here](<versionToDeploy>/ to download the ** file attached to the release.
2. **If on Windows**: Right-click the downloaded zip, select Properties, then unblock the file.
   > _This is to prevent having to unblock each file individually after unzipping._
3. Unzip the archive.
4. (Optional) Place the module folder somewhere in your PSModulePath.
   > _You can view the paths listed by running the environment variable $Env:PSModulePath_
5. Import the module, using the full path to the PSD1 file in place of PsImport if the unzipped module folder is not in your PSModulePath:
   # In Env:PSModulePath
   Import-Module PsImport

   # Otherwise, provide the path to the manifest:
   Import-Module -Path Path\to\PsImport\<versionToDeploy>\PsImport.psd1


Version History

Version Downloads Last updated
0.1.1 (current version) 19 2/20/2024
0.1.0 10 2/17/2024