When creating the input for RequiredModules, I found that you had to specify either 'RequiredVersion' or 'ModuleVersion'.
Now, every time I install-module, it will attempt to download the dependency modules, and when it does, it takes quite a while due to the sub-modules linked to the AzureRM & Azure modules.
I'd ideally like to specify that you can use any version of the AzureRM & Azure modules, or any version above, for example, 1.5.0. Otherwise, as the Azure modules are updated, and they are updated on my colleagues' machines, the module will download a legacy version of the Azure & AzureRM modules.
I may be making a mistake with how I'm writing my manifest file, so any advice is much appreciated!
This topic was modified 1 year, 10 months ago by Steve Ayers. Reason: Formatting changes
This topic was modified 1 year, 10 months ago by Steve Ayers. Reason: Addnig line about ModuleVersion and RequiredVersion
If I'm understanding that you're doing and what you're asking, then "no." Right now, the versioning doesn't understand anything but exact numbers – there's no "minimum level" or anything. I can see where that'd be useful, and you might consider suggesting it in PowerShell's UserVoice. Or possibly instead look into scripting Update-Module, which has some "grab the latest version or don't do anything" intelligence.