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using namespace System.Management.Automation
using namespace System.Management.Automation.Language
if ($host.Name -eq 'ConsoleHost')
{
Import-Module PSReadLine
}
#Import-Module PSColors
#Import-Module posh-git
Import-Module -Name Terminal-Icons
Import-Module oh-my-posh
set-alias desktop "Desktop.ps1"
#Set-Theme ParadoxGlucose
#Set-PoshPrompt -theme "D:\Dropbox\poshv3.json"
oh-my-posh --init --shell pwsh --config "D:\Dropbox\poshv3.json" | Invoke-Expression
Register-ArgumentCompleter -Native -CommandName winget -ScriptBlock {
param($wordToComplete, $commandAst, $cursorPosition)
[Console]::InputEncoding = [Console]::OutputEncoding = $OutputEncoding = [System.Text.Utf8Encoding]::new()
$Local:word = $wordToComplete.Replace('"', '""')
$Local:ast = $commandAst.ToString().Replace('"', '""')
winget complete --word="$Local:word" --commandline "$Local:ast" --position $cursorPosition | ForEach-Object {
[System.Management.Automation.CompletionResult]::new($_, $_, 'ParameterValue', $_)
}
}
# PowerShell parameter completion shim for the dotnet CLI
Register-ArgumentCompleter -Native -CommandName dotnet -ScriptBlock {
param($commandName, $wordToComplete, $cursorPosition)
dotnet complete --position $cursorPosition "$wordToComplete" | ForEach-Object {
[System.Management.Automation.CompletionResult]::new($_, $_, 'ParameterValue', $_)
}
}
# ---
# This is an example profile for PSReadLine.
#
# This is roughly what I use so there is some emphasis on emacs bindings,
# but most of these bindings make sense in Windows mode as well.
# Searching for commands with up/down arrow is really handy. The
# option "moves to end" is useful if you want the cursor at the end
# of the line while cycling through history like it does w/o searching,
# without that option, the cursor will remain at the position it was
# when you used up arrow, which can be useful if you forget the exact
# string you started the search on.
Set-PSReadLineKeyHandler -Key UpArrow -Function HistorySearchBackward
Set-PSReadLineKeyHandler -Key DownArrow -Function HistorySearchForward
# This key handler shows the entire or filtered history using Out-GridView. The
# typed text is used as the substring pattern for filtering. A selected command
# is inserted to the command line without invoking. Multiple command selection
# is supported, e.g. selected by Ctrl + Click.
Set-PSReadLineKeyHandler -Key F7 `
-BriefDescription History `
-LongDescription 'Show command history' `
-ScriptBlock {
$pattern = $null
[Microsoft.PowerShell.PSConsoleReadLine]::GetBufferState([ref]$pattern, [ref]$null)
if ($pattern)
{
$pattern = [regex]::Escape($pattern)
}
$history = [System.Collections.ArrayList]@(
$last = ''
$lines = ''
foreach ($line in [System.IO.File]::ReadLines((Get-PSReadLineOption).HistorySavePath))
{
if ($line.EndsWith('`'))
{
$line = $line.Substring(0, $line.Length - 1)
$lines = if ($lines)
{
"$lines`n$line"
}
else
{
$line
}
continue
}
if ($lines)
{
$line = "$lines`n$line"
$lines = ''
}
if (($line -cne $last) -and (!$pattern -or ($line -match $pattern)))
{
$last = $line
$line
}
}
)
$history.Reverse()
$command = $history | Out-GridView -Title History -PassThru
if ($command)
{
[Microsoft.PowerShell.PSConsoleReadLine]::RevertLine()
[Microsoft.PowerShell.PSConsoleReadLine]::Insert(($command -join "`n"))
}
}
# CaptureScreen is good for blog posts or email showing a transaction
# of what you did when asking for help or demonstrating a technique.
Set-PSReadLineKeyHandler -Chord 'Ctrl+d,Ctrl+c' -Function CaptureScreen
# The built-in word movement uses character delimiters, but token based word
# movement is also very useful - these are the bindings you'd use if you
# prefer the token based movements bound to the normal emacs word movement
# key bindings.
Set-PSReadLineKeyHandler -Key Alt+d -Function ShellKillWord
Set-PSReadLineKeyHandler -Key Alt+Backspace -Function ShellBackwardKillWord
Set-PSReadLineKeyHandler -Key Alt+b -Function ShellBackwardWord
Set-PSReadLineKeyHandler -Key Alt+f -Function ShellForwardWord
Set-PSReadLineKeyHandler -Key Alt+B -Function SelectShellBackwardWord
Set-PSReadLineKeyHandler -Key Alt+F -Function SelectShellForwardWord
#region Smart Insert/Delete
# The next four key handlers are designed to make entering matched quotes
# parens, and braces a nicer experience. I'd like to include functions
# in the module that do this, but this implementation still isn't as smart
# as ReSharper, so I'm just providing it as a sample.
Set-PSReadLineKeyHandler -Key '"',"'" `
-BriefDescription SmartInsertQuote `
-LongDescription "Insert paired quotes if not already on a quote" `
-ScriptBlock {
param($key, $arg)
$quote = $key.KeyChar
$selectionStart = $null
$selectionLength = $null
[Microsoft.PowerShell.PSConsoleReadLine]::GetSelectionState([ref]$selectionStart, [ref]$selectionLength)
$line = $null
$cursor = $null
[Microsoft.PowerShell.PSConsoleReadLine]::GetBufferState([ref]$line, [ref]$cursor)
# If text is selected, just quote it without any smarts
if ($selectionStart -ne -1)
{
[Microsoft.PowerShell.PSConsoleReadLine]::Replace($selectionStart, $selectionLength, $quote + $line.SubString($selectionStart, $selectionLength) + $quote)
[Microsoft.PowerShell.PSConsoleReadLine]::SetCursorPosition($selectionStart + $selectionLength + 2)
return
}
$ast = $null
$tokens = $null
$parseErrors = $null
[Microsoft.PowerShell.PSConsoleReadLine]::GetBufferState([ref]$ast, [ref]$tokens, [ref]$parseErrors, [ref]$null)
function FindToken
{
param($tokens, $cursor)
foreach ($token in $tokens)
{
if ($cursor -lt $token.Extent.StartOffset) { continue }
if ($cursor -lt $token.Extent.EndOffset) {
$result = $token
$token = $token -as [StringExpandableToken]
if ($token) {
$nested = FindToken $token.NestedTokens $cursor
if ($nested) { $result = $nested }
}
return $result
}
}
return $null
}
$token = FindToken $tokens $cursor
# If we're on or inside a **quoted** string token (so not generic), we need to be smarter
if ($token -is [StringToken] -and $token.Kind -ne [TokenKind]::Generic) {
# If we're at the start of the string, assume we're inserting a new string
if ($token.Extent.StartOffset -eq $cursor) {
[Microsoft.PowerShell.PSConsoleReadLine]::Insert("$quote$quote ")
[Microsoft.PowerShell.PSConsoleReadLine]::SetCursorPosition($cursor + 1)
return
}
# If we're at the end of the string, move over the closing quote if present.
if ($token.Extent.EndOffset -eq ($cursor + 1) -and $line[$cursor] -eq $quote) {
[Microsoft.PowerShell.PSConsoleReadLine]::SetCursorPosition($cursor + 1)
return
}
}
if ($null -eq $token -or
$token.Kind -eq [TokenKind]::RParen -or $token.Kind -eq [TokenKind]::RCurly -or $token.Kind -eq [TokenKind]::RBracket) {
if ($line[0..$cursor].Where{$_ -eq $quote}.Count % 2 -eq 1) {
# Odd number of quotes before the cursor, insert a single quote
[Microsoft.PowerShell.PSConsoleReadLine]::Insert($quote)
}
else {
# Insert matching quotes, move cursor to be in between the quotes
[Microsoft.PowerShell.PSConsoleReadLine]::Insert("$quote$quote")
[Microsoft.PowerShell.PSConsoleReadLine]::SetCursorPosition($cursor + 1)
}
return
}
# If cursor is at the start of a token, enclose it in quotes.
if ($token.Extent.StartOffset -eq $cursor) {
if ($token.Kind -eq [TokenKind]::Generic -or $token.Kind -eq [TokenKind]::Identifier -or
$token.Kind -eq [TokenKind]::Variable -or $token.TokenFlags.hasFlag([TokenFlags]::Keyword)) {
$end = $token.Extent.EndOffset
$len = $end - $cursor
[Microsoft.PowerShell.PSConsoleReadLine]::Replace($cursor, $len, $quote + $line.SubString($cursor, $len) + $quote)
[Microsoft.PowerShell.PSConsoleReadLine]::SetCursorPosition($end + 2)
return
}
}
# We failed to be smart, so just insert a single quote
[Microsoft.PowerShell.PSConsoleReadLine]::Insert($quote)
}
Set-PSReadLineKeyHandler -Key '(','{','[' `
-BriefDescription InsertPairedBraces `
-LongDescription "Insert matching braces" `
-ScriptBlock {
param($key, $arg)
$closeChar = switch ($key.KeyChar)
{
<#case#> '(' { [char]')'; break }
<#case#> '{' { [char]'}'; break }
<#case#> '[' { [char]']'; break }
}
$selectionStart = $null
$selectionLength = $null
[Microsoft.PowerShell.PSConsoleReadLine]::GetSelectionState([ref]$selectionStart, [ref]$selectionLength)
$line = $null
$cursor = $null
[Microsoft.PowerShell.PSConsoleReadLine]::GetBufferState([ref]$line, [ref]$cursor)
if ($selectionStart -ne -1)
{
# Text is selected, wrap it in brackets
[Microsoft.PowerShell.PSConsoleReadLine]::Replace($selectionStart, $selectionLength, $key.KeyChar + $line.SubString($selectionStart, $selectionLength) + $closeChar)
[Microsoft.PowerShell.PSConsoleReadLine]::SetCursorPosition($selectionStart + $selectionLength + 2)
} else {
# No text is selected, insert a pair
[Microsoft.PowerShell.PSConsoleReadLine]::Insert("$($key.KeyChar)$closeChar")
[Microsoft.PowerShell.PSConsoleReadLine]::SetCursorPosition($cursor + 1)
}
}
Set-PSReadLineKeyHandler -Key ')',']','}' `
-BriefDescription SmartCloseBraces `
-LongDescription "Insert closing brace or skip" `
-ScriptBlock {
param($key, $arg)
$line = $null
$cursor = $null
[Microsoft.PowerShell.PSConsoleReadLine]::GetBufferState([ref]$line, [ref]$cursor)
if ($line[$cursor] -eq $key.KeyChar)
{
[Microsoft.PowerShell.PSConsoleReadLine]::SetCursorPosition($cursor + 1)
}
else
{
[Microsoft.PowerShell.PSConsoleReadLine]::Insert("$($key.KeyChar)")
}
}
Set-PSReadLineKeyHandler -Key Backspace `
-BriefDescription SmartBackspace `
-LongDescription "Delete previous character or matching quotes/parens/braces" `
-ScriptBlock {
param($key, $arg)
$line = $null
$cursor = $null
[Microsoft.PowerShell.PSConsoleReadLine]::GetBufferState([ref]$line, [ref]$cursor)
if ($cursor -gt 0)
{
$toMatch = $null
if ($cursor -lt $line.Length)
{
switch ($line[$cursor])
{
<#case#> '"' { $toMatch = '"'; break }
<#case#> "'" { $toMatch = "'"; break }
<#case#> ')' { $toMatch = '('; break }
<#case#> ']' { $toMatch = '['; break }
<#case#> '}' { $toMatch = '{'; break }
}
}
if ($toMatch -ne $null -and $line[$cursor-1] -eq $toMatch)
{
[Microsoft.PowerShell.PSConsoleReadLine]::Delete($cursor - 1, 2)
}
else
{
[Microsoft.PowerShell.PSConsoleReadLine]::BackwardDeleteChar($key, $arg)
}
}
}
#endregion Smart Insert/Delete
# Sometimes you enter a command but realize you forgot to do something else first.
# This binding will let you save that command in the history so you can recall it,
# but it doesn't actually execute. It also clears the line with RevertLine so the
# undo stack is reset - though redo will still reconstruct the command line.
Set-PSReadLineKeyHandler -Key Alt+w `
-BriefDescription SaveInHistory `
-LongDescription "Save current line in history but do not execute" `
-ScriptBlock {
param($key, $arg)
$line = $null
$cursor = $null
[Microsoft.PowerShell.PSConsoleReadLine]::GetBufferState([ref]$line, [ref]$cursor)
[Microsoft.PowerShell.PSConsoleReadLine]::AddToHistory($line)
[Microsoft.PowerShell.PSConsoleReadLine]::RevertLine()
}
# Insert text from the clipboard as a here string
Set-PSReadLineKeyHandler -Key Ctrl+V `
-BriefDescription PasteAsHereString `
-LongDescription "Paste the clipboard text as a here string" `
-ScriptBlock {
param($key, $arg)
Add-Type -Assembly PresentationCore
if ([System.Windows.Clipboard]::ContainsText())
{
# Get clipboard text - remove trailing spaces, convert \r\n to \n, and remove the final \n.
$text = ([System.Windows.Clipboard]::GetText() -replace "\p{Zs}*`r?`n","`n").TrimEnd()
[Microsoft.PowerShell.PSConsoleReadLine]::Insert("@'`n$text`n'@")
}
else
{
[Microsoft.PowerShell.PSConsoleReadLine]::Ding()
}
}
# Sometimes you want to get a property of invoke a member on what you've entered so far
# but you need parens to do that. This binding will help by putting parens around the current selection,
# or if nothing is selected, the whole line.
Set-PSReadLineKeyHandler -Key 'Alt+(' `
-BriefDescription ParenthesizeSelection `
-LongDescription "Put parenthesis around the selection or entire line and move the cursor to after the closing parenthesis" `
-ScriptBlock {
param($key, $arg)
$selectionStart = $null
$selectionLength = $null
[Microsoft.PowerShell.PSConsoleReadLine]::GetSelectionState([ref]$selectionStart, [ref]$selectionLength)
$line = $null
$cursor = $null
[Microsoft.PowerShell.PSConsoleReadLine]::GetBufferState([ref]$line, [ref]$cursor)
if ($selectionStart -ne -1)
{
[Microsoft.PowerShell.PSConsoleReadLine]::Replace($selectionStart, $selectionLength, '(' + $line.SubString($selectionStart, $selectionLength) + ')')
[Microsoft.PowerShell.PSConsoleReadLine]::SetCursorPosition($selectionStart + $selectionLength + 2)
}
else
{
[Microsoft.PowerShell.PSConsoleReadLine]::Replace(0, $line.Length, '(' + $line + ')')
[Microsoft.PowerShell.PSConsoleReadLine]::EndOfLine()
}
}
# Each time you press Alt+', this key handler will change the token
# under or before the cursor. It will cycle through single quotes, double quotes, or
# no quotes each time it is invoked.
Set-PSReadLineKeyHandler -Key "Alt+'" `
-BriefDescription ToggleQuoteArgument `
-LongDescription "Toggle quotes on the argument under the cursor" `
-ScriptBlock {
param($key, $arg)
$ast = $null
$tokens = $null
$errors = $null
$cursor = $null
[Microsoft.PowerShell.PSConsoleReadLine]::GetBufferState([ref]$ast, [ref]$tokens, [ref]$errors, [ref]$cursor)
$tokenToChange = $null
foreach ($token in $tokens)
{
$extent = $token.Extent
if ($extent.StartOffset -le $cursor -and $extent.EndOffset -ge $cursor)
{
$tokenToChange = $token
# If the cursor is at the end (it's really 1 past the end) of the previous token,
# we only want to change the previous token if there is no token under the cursor
if ($extent.EndOffset -eq $cursor -and $foreach.MoveNext())
{
$nextToken = $foreach.Current
if ($nextToken.Extent.StartOffset -eq $cursor)
{
$tokenToChange = $nextToken
}
}
break
}
}
if ($tokenToChange -ne $null)
{
$extent = $tokenToChange.Extent
$tokenText = $extent.Text
if ($tokenText[0] -eq '"' -and $tokenText[-1] -eq '"')
{
# Switch to no quotes
$replacement = $tokenText.Substring(1, $tokenText.Length - 2)
}
elseif ($tokenText[0] -eq "'" -and $tokenText[-1] -eq "'")
{
# Switch to double quotes
$replacement = '"' + $tokenText.Substring(1, $tokenText.Length - 2) + '"'
}
else
{
# Add single quotes
$replacement = "'" + $tokenText + "'"
}
[Microsoft.PowerShell.PSConsoleReadLine]::Replace(
$extent.StartOffset,
$tokenText.Length,
$replacement)
}
}
# This example will replace any aliases on the command line with the resolved commands.
Set-PSReadLineKeyHandler -Key "Alt+%" `
-BriefDescription ExpandAliases `
-LongDescription "Replace all aliases with the full command" `
-ScriptBlock {
param($key, $arg)
$ast = $null
$tokens = $null
$errors = $null
$cursor = $null
[Microsoft.PowerShell.PSConsoleReadLine]::GetBufferState([ref]$ast, [ref]$tokens, [ref]$errors, [ref]$cursor)
$startAdjustment = 0
foreach ($token in $tokens)
{
if ($token.TokenFlags -band [TokenFlags]::CommandName)
{
$alias = $ExecutionContext.InvokeCommand.GetCommand($token.Extent.Text, 'Alias')
if ($alias -ne $null)
{
$resolvedCommand = $alias.ResolvedCommandName
if ($resolvedCommand -ne $null)
{
$extent = $token.Extent
$length = $extent.EndOffset - $extent.StartOffset
[Microsoft.PowerShell.PSConsoleReadLine]::Replace(
$extent.StartOffset + $startAdjustment,
$length,
$resolvedCommand)
# Our copy of the tokens won't have been updated, so we need to
# adjust by the difference in length
$startAdjustment += ($resolvedCommand.Length - $length)
}
}
}
}
}
# F1 for help on the command line - naturally
Set-PSReadLineKeyHandler -Key F1 `
-BriefDescription CommandHelp `
-LongDescription "Open the help window for the current command" `
-ScriptBlock {
param($key, $arg)
$ast = $null
$tokens = $null
$errors = $null
$cursor = $null
[Microsoft.PowerShell.PSConsoleReadLine]::GetBufferState([ref]$ast, [ref]$tokens, [ref]$errors, [ref]$cursor)
$commandAst = $ast.FindAll( {
$node = $args[0]
$node -is [CommandAst] -and
$node.Extent.StartOffset -le $cursor -and
$node.Extent.EndOffset -ge $cursor
}, $true) | Select-Object -Last 1
if ($commandAst -ne $null)
{
$commandName = $commandAst.GetCommandName()
if ($commandName -ne $null)
{
$command = $ExecutionContext.InvokeCommand.GetCommand($commandName, 'All')
if ($command -is [AliasInfo])
{
$commandName = $command.ResolvedCommandName
}
if ($commandName -ne $null)
{
Get-Help $commandName -ShowWindow
}
}
}
}
#
# Ctrl+Shift+j then type a key to mark the current directory.
# Ctrj+j then the same key will change back to that directory without
# needing to type cd and won't change the command line.
#
$global:PSReadLineMarks = @{}
Set-PSReadLineKeyHandler -Key Ctrl+J `
-BriefDescription MarkDirectory `
-LongDescription "Mark the current directory" `
-ScriptBlock {
param($key, $arg)
$key = [Console]::ReadKey($true)
$global:PSReadLineMarks[$key.KeyChar] = $pwd
}
Set-PSReadLineKeyHandler -Key Ctrl+j `
-BriefDescription JumpDirectory `
-LongDescription "Goto the marked directory" `
-ScriptBlock {
param($key, $arg)
$key = [Console]::ReadKey()
$dir = $global:PSReadLineMarks[$key.KeyChar]
if ($dir)
{
cd $dir
[Microsoft.PowerShell.PSConsoleReadLine]::InvokePrompt()
}
}
Set-PSReadLineKeyHandler -Key Alt+j `
-BriefDescription ShowDirectoryMarks `
-LongDescription "Show the currently marked directories" `
-ScriptBlock {
param($key, $arg)
$global:PSReadLineMarks.GetEnumerator() | % {
[PSCustomObject]@{Key = $_.Key; Dir = $_.Value} } |
Format-Table -AutoSize | Out-Host
[Microsoft.PowerShell.PSConsoleReadLine]::InvokePrompt()
}
# Auto correct 'git cmt' to 'git commit'
Set-PSReadLineOption -CommandValidationHandler {
param([CommandAst]$CommandAst)
switch ($CommandAst.GetCommandName())
{
'git' {
$gitCmd = $CommandAst.CommandElements[1].Extent
switch ($gitCmd.Text)
{
'cmt' {
[Microsoft.PowerShell.PSConsoleReadLine]::Replace(
$gitCmd.StartOffset, $gitCmd.EndOffset - $gitCmd.StartOffset, 'commit')
}
}
}
}
}
# `ForwardChar` accepts the entire suggestion text when the cursor is at the end of the line.
# This custom binding makes `RightArrow` behave similarly - accepting the next word instead of the entire suggestion text.
Set-PSReadLineKeyHandler -Key RightArrow `
-BriefDescription ForwardCharAndAcceptNextSuggestionWord `
-LongDescription "Move cursor one character to the right in the current editing line and accept the next word in suggestion when it's at the end of current editing line" `
-ScriptBlock {
param($key, $arg)
$line = $null
$cursor = $null
[Microsoft.PowerShell.PSConsoleReadLine]::GetBufferState([ref]$line, [ref]$cursor)
if ($cursor -lt $line.Length) {
[Microsoft.PowerShell.PSConsoleReadLine]::ForwardChar($key, $arg)
} else {
[Microsoft.PowerShell.PSConsoleReadLine]::AcceptNextSuggestionWord($key, $arg)
}
}
# Cycle through arguments on current line and select the text. This makes it easier to quickly change the argument if re-running a previously run command from the history
# or if using a psreadline predictor. You can also use a digit argument to specify which argument you want to select, i.e. Alt+1, Alt+a selects the first argument
# on the command line.
Set-PSReadLineKeyHandler -Key Alt+a `
-BriefDescription SelectCommandArguments `
-LongDescription "Set current selection to next command argument in the command line. Use of digit argument selects argument by position" `
-ScriptBlock {
param($key, $arg)
$ast = $null
$cursor = $null
[Microsoft.PowerShell.PSConsoleReadLine]::GetBufferState([ref]$ast, [ref]$null, [ref]$null, [ref]$cursor)
$asts = $ast.FindAll( {
$args[0] -is [System.Management.Automation.Language.ExpressionAst] -and
$args[0].Parent -is [System.Management.Automation.Language.CommandAst] -and
$args[0].Extent.StartOffset -ne $args[0].Parent.Extent.StartOffset
}, $true)
if ($asts.Count -eq 0) {
[Microsoft.PowerShell.PSConsoleReadLine]::Ding()
return
}
$nextAst = $null
if ($null -ne $arg) {
$nextAst = $asts[$arg - 1]
}
else {
foreach ($ast in $asts) {
if ($ast.Extent.StartOffset -ge $cursor) {
$nextAst = $ast
break
}
}
if ($null -eq $nextAst) {
$nextAst = $asts[0]
}
}
$startOffsetAdjustment = 0
$endOffsetAdjustment = 0
if ($nextAst -is [System.Management.Automation.Language.StringConstantExpressionAst] -and
$nextAst.StringConstantType -ne [System.Management.Automation.Language.StringConstantType]::BareWord) {
$startOffsetAdjustment = 1
$endOffsetAdjustment = 2
}
[Microsoft.PowerShell.PSConsoleReadLine]::SetCursorPosition($nextAst.Extent.StartOffset + $startOffsetAdjustment)
[Microsoft.PowerShell.PSConsoleReadLine]::SetMark($null, $null)
[Microsoft.PowerShell.PSConsoleReadLine]::SelectForwardChar($null, ($nextAst.Extent.EndOffset - $nextAst.Extent.StartOffset) - $endOffsetAdjustment)
}
Set-PSReadLineOption -PredictionSource History
Set-PSReadLineOption -PredictionViewStyle ListView
Set-PSReadLineOption -EditMode Windows
# This is an example of a macro that you might use to execute a command.
# This will add the command to history.
Set-PSReadLineKeyHandler -Key Ctrl+Shift+b `
-BriefDescription BuildCurrentDirectory `
-LongDescription "Build the current directory" `
-ScriptBlock {
[Microsoft.PowerShell.PSConsoleReadLine]::RevertLine()
[Microsoft.PowerShell.PSConsoleReadLine]::Insert("dotnet build")
[Microsoft.PowerShell.PSConsoleReadLine]::AcceptLine()
}
Set-PSReadLineKeyHandler -Key Ctrl+Shift+t `
-BriefDescription BuildCurrentDirectory `
-LongDescription "Build the current directory" `
-ScriptBlock {
[Microsoft.PowerShell.PSConsoleReadLine]::RevertLine()
[Microsoft.PowerShell.PSConsoleReadLine]::Insert("dotnet test")
[Microsoft.PowerShell.PSConsoleReadLine]::AcceptLine()
}
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I had to move all the "Set-PsReadLineOption" to the top, otherwise only the Build key handlers were registered.

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