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As Beta 3 arrived the Monad activity on the web gets more and,
I will link some, I did see and think are nice,Line Editing in MSH,
The alternate Monad shell jaMSH “Jeff’s Alternative Monad SHell”, is becoming a Snapin :
See : jaMSH is no more. Long live lemonade
so you can load it and get advanced lineediting capabilities, sounds real cool !.
I did not try it before, as I was first getting used to MSH in the "normal" console (familuar ;-)
As I 'm busy on my own "Hosting project", I just wanted to give it a look, when I did see the post about lemonade, as it is not posted yet, I I downloaded but jaMSH I could not get itinstalled on beta 3.
talking about hosting MSH,
Lee posted, the final MSH logo version, very cool.
see : MSH Logo – allowing users to extend its functionality
Also try the Examples !!
as I said before (Monad hosting
)I waited for this post as I was fighting with access to host objects, but I was looking in the wrong direction (passing assembly), I will go on with Lee's example more about that later.
Also I liked this series because it did remember me about those old school day's.
Great work Lee !
Next, I did see a lot of posts on the Monad team blog,
today about the Names enforcement
:Monad breaking change announcement: Approved verb names enforcement.
(last chance to vote ;-)Write-Progress
, with a link to Tony's blog ( MSH for fun) using a biology web service.
he is also doing a great series about security next to the ACL entrys I metioned before :group membership :Groups Command in MSH: Get-WindowsIdentity cmdlet
a very cool one about getting Owners of processesAdd-ProcessOwner cmdlet (update) Credentials :A Clone of id/whoami in MSHSurvival as a Non-Administrator: A Monad view Tired of Typing Administrator’s Password Repeatedly?
and Lee's additionsCaching credentials for administrative tasks
and some more on the Monad Team blog:
Using and finding .NET Objects
in MSH : .NET types
Very nice article with a lot of good tips
: Finding which parameters are used the most
also so good monad examples
on Keith Hill's Blog
MSH: If "Scheme is Love" and "Lisp is Sin", then MSH must be what - "a promising first date"?
MSH: Analyzing Visual C# Project Files
and a whole series about Snap-in'sAdding help for cmdlets in a MshSnapIn
(this is only the last one you will find some more here)
then, the next one,Printing and scaling an Image in Monad
A very cool printing example by DBMWS on MonadBlog"[MSH] Clipboard Snapin..."
On the LazyAdmin.com some posts about amongs others WMI / Profiles / get-historyMSH (Monad) (6)
Exchange : on Glen's Exchange Dev Blog :Oversize mail reporting with Monadalso interesting
Mentioned befor but now complete series about Monad in computerworld :Hands On: Learning Monad, the scripting language for Windows Vista
I'm sure I missed some, and someI should have mentioned but forget where to find.
but I hope this list is usefull, I think this a bunch of good info about Monad,
sorry, for the ones I missed.
greetings /\/\o\/\/Tags : Monad mshPS *edit * Blogger was gone for a long time as I tryed to post this,some more as an hour I was sweating , but it did survive pfffI need to get into RSS publishing sometime, to do this offline, as this blogger interface gives me to much problems.