A minifier for PowerShell scripts.
A very basic minifier for PowerShell scripts.
Currently, a semicolon (
;) is required at the end of each line in the script it is given.
NOTE: This minifier is currently not very complex, and (while it works with programs I have tested it on) may not output functioning code for all programs it is given.
$ pip install ps-minifier
To display the help menu:
$ psminifier -h
usage: psminifier [-h] [-f FILE] [-o OUT_FILE] optional arguments: -h, --help show this help message and exit -f FILE, --file FILE path to file to minify -o OUT_FILE, --out-file OUT_FILE path to save the result
Pass the path to the file:
$ psminifier -f FILE_PATH
Pass the path to save the result to:
$ psminifier -o OUTPUT_PATH
psminifier is run without
-f it will prompt the user to enter code via the standard input.
If it is run without
-o it will output the result to the standard output.
The psminifier module can be imported from python script as follows.
from ps_minifier.psminifier import minify script = "[Some Powershell Scripts]" minified_script = minify(script) print(minified_script)
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