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psake is a build automation tool written in PowerShell. It avoids the angle-bracket tax associated with executable XML by leveraging the PowerShell syntax in your build scripts. psake has a syntax inspired by rake (aka make in Ruby) and bake (aka make in Boo), but is easier to script because it leverages your existent command-line knowledge.

psake is pronounced sake � as in Japanese rice wine. It does NOT rhyme with make, bake, or rake. |
You can also install with chocolatey (http://nuget.org/List/Packages/chocolatey) and have global psake.


  • This package was created prior to July 2014 - when package content started being included on the site. You can download and unzip the package or use Nuget Package Explorer to see the contents.


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Software Author(s)

  • James Kovacs


Version History

Version Downloads Last updated Status
psake 4.4.2 1057 Wednesday, December 9, 2015 approved
psake 4.4.1 5179 Monday, February 9, 2015 approved
psake 4.3.2 2317 Wednesday, April 9, 2014  
psake 374 Monday, December 23, 2013  
psake 105 Saturday, December 7, 2013  

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