We’re thrilled to announce the initial release of Highway.RoadCrew. This is a package installer, very similar to
bundler from the Ruby world, but built on top of the amazing Chocolatey package manager, and PsGet PowerShell Module directory. To get started, this is all you need to know:
First, run the following two lines, which will download the current script, and run it.
Now setup your configuration by editing the
RunMe.config.ps1 file. This will always be the file you edit, you shouldn’t ever need to modify
RunMe.ps1. The following commands are supported:
chocolatey <package-name>will install the named package (see http://chocolatey.org/ for a list)
-sourceis an optional switch that lets you specify another chocolatey feed or source
gem <gem-name>will install a Ruby gem (see http://rubygems.org/ for a list)
windows <feature-name>will install the named feature (execute
clist -source windowsfeaturesto see a possible list, only available after you’ve executed
RunMe.ps1a second time currently)
profile <powershell-command>adds the listed PowerShell command to the current user’s current profile.
alias <alias-name> <command>adds an alias to the current user’s current PowerShell profile.
psget <module-name>will install a PsGet.net PowerShell module (see http://psget.net/ for a list)