Snippet manager in PowerGUI Script Editor

Browse, edit, and create new code-snippets in rich UI without leaving your scripting IDE – this is what you can now do with the add-on just posted by Denniver here:

Snippets are extremely useful whan you are scripting. Whenever you need to add a function, look-up a VBScript to PowerShell code conversion rules, or use new features of PowerShell 2.0 – you just press Ctrl-I and get what you need. Now you can easily modify the snippets which we have in PowerGUI Script Editor and add the ones of your own.

Download the add-on and let Denniver know what you think!

This add-on was posted to participate in the PowerGUI Challenge 2010. Have a cool add-on or PowerPack idea? There are 3 more days to enter the contest!


3 Responses to “Snippet manager in PowerGUI Script Editor”

  1. 1 David November 23, 2010 at 4:19 am

    I tried installing the Snippet manager addon and got an error in PowerGUI.

    Property ‘Commands’ cannot be found on this object. Make sure that it exists.

    PowerGUI version installed:

    Can you assist with getting my feedback to the developer of the addon?

    Thank you,


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