I'm new to Powershell. I have a need that I assumed that it would be perfect for. However, I've quickly come to the point where I feel I'm in over my head. Basically, I need to create a .zip file.
I have a directory that looks like the following:
MyStuff Dir1 Child1 File1.txt Child2 File1.png Child3 File1.txt Dir2 File1.txt File1.txt File2.txt File3.txt ...
I need to create a .zip file named bundle.zip. Bundle.zip should NOT have all of the files inside of MyStuff. Instead, I need to include MyStuff/File1.txt, MyStuff/File2.txt, MyStuff/File3.txt, and MyStuff/Dir1/* into the .zip file. I have no idea how to do this with PowerShell.
I have PowerShell v1.0 installed on my machine. I've been trying "Write-Zip" from the PowerShell Community Extensions, however, I get an error that says: "The term 'Write-Zip' is not recognized as the name of a cmdlet, function, script file, or operable program".
What am I doing wrong?