Sounds impossible, huh?
Ever since the beginning of the Monad project, in which Microsoft attempted to bring the same rich toolbox of Piped commands that Linux has enjoyed for ages, Microsoft enthusiasts have been clamoring for confirmation of PowerShell on Linux. But it forever seemed a pipedream.
Then, in February of 2015, Microsoft announced that the CORE CLR (Common Language Runtime) was made open source and available on Linux. As the Core CLR is the “the .NET execution engine in .NET Core, performing functions such as garbage collection and compilation to machine code”, this seemed to imply that PowerShell might be possible on Linux someday.
To further fan the fires of everyone’s excitement, the creator of PowerShell, Jeffrey Snover–a self-proclaimed fan of the Bash shell experience in Linux– has been dropping hints of a unified management experience ALL OVER THE PLACE in the last year too.
And now today with…
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