PowerShell Integrated Scripting Environment (ISE)

Something new got created in PowerShell 2.0 for users who create scripts. It is called PowerShell Integrated Scripting Environment (ISE) and you can find executable where you have powershell installed, “powershell_ise.exe” and I found it in “C:\WINDOWS\system32\windowspowershell\v1.0″.
After you start it, you will see window looking like this:
ps20ise

Someone already online created some aliases that you can add to your powershell profile, so when you type let’s say: “ise” in powershell it will open ISE.
So yeah, if you google it, you will find somewhere a note on that code:

function Invoke-ISE{
param (
[string[]]$file,
[string]$path="$pshome\powershell_ise.exe"
) 

if($file){
foreach($f in $file){
   & $path (resolve-path $f)
}
} else {
   & $path
}
}

Set-Alias ISE Invoke-ISE

From Microsoft site.
From a blog :)

Have fun using ISE.

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