Episode 136 – Jim Christopher on StudioShell and a Goodbye to Andy


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Tonight on the PowerScripting Podcast, we talk to Jim Christopher about his Visual Studio add-on: StudioShell. At the end we have included the interview with did with Andy Tearle back on Ep 79.


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Chatroom Comments:

<Jaykul> ## Open Source? Commercial?
<Jaykul> (I wanna help)

<Jaykul> ## so can we add right-click menu items on the projects/files to invoke script?

<RavikanthChaganti> I have not used nuGet or PowerGUIVSX yet and not so used to VS too. However, ##can I use any of these (including StudioShell) to automate my load testing and results collection, etc?
<Jaykul> ## Is the console rich wpf like regular document windows? Can we do inline wpf stuff like regular edit windows? (like POshConsole?)


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