powershell users! If I run powershell as shell and type commands one by one - weverything's good. But if I put commands into .ps1 file and try to execte it I receive weird error:
The term '=' is not recognized as the name of a cmdlet, function, script file, or operable program
test script I run:
echo "$pw = 2" > ./test.ps1 echo '$pw' >> ./test.ps1 pwsh ./test.ps1
I use pwsh on linux (installed from https://packages.microsoft.com/rhel/7/prod/) if it matters.
tried to use "$pw=2` - same result.
Yes, I know about long form of setting and getting variable:
echo "set-variable -name 'pw' -value '2'" > ./test.ps1 echo "get-variable -name 'pw'" >> ./test.ps1 pwsh ./test.ps1
It works. But I want more complicated scripts where get-variable can be hardly used.
Please help - what am I doing wrong?