Nov 282013
 November 28, 2013  Posted by at 7:30 am PowerShell  Add comments

My love for PowerShell is still strong, and so is my fascination for Sublime. So of course I would like to combine powers! I would like to be able to do two things, have syntax highlighting and to run commands piping the output to sublime. Doable? You bet!

No PowerShell :(

No PowerShell 🙁

The example is with Sublime 2

Get the Sublime package for PowerShell on GitHub


Get also the package for running and piping commands


Unzip, then add the folders to the packages folder for Sublime


Restart Sublime, and you have it 🙂

To run a command, highlight the command and press Ctrl + Shift + R


It wont open a PowerShell window, I just wanted to show that they return the same result 🙂

  2 Responses to “PowerShell in Sublime- syntax highlighting and piping commands”

  1. Hey,

    You know you can install package control to sublime to make it easier to find an install packages?

  2. Great article, the powershell editor in sublime is way better than the clunky one in the ISE

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