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I’m new to working with Xml through PowerShell and was so impressed when I discovered how easy it was to read an xml element’s value.  I’m working with reading/writing .nuspec files for working with NuGet.  Here’s a sample xml of a .nuspec xml file:

Read more at http://blog.danskingdom.com/powershell-functions-to-get-an-xml-node-and-get-and-set-an-xml-elements-value-even-when-the-element-does-not-already-exist/

Posted on Thursday, May 16, 2013 5:18 PM | Back to top


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