As I mentioned before, I have created a CodePlex project to track the development of a WPF PowerShell host using AvalonDock and AvalonEdit.
It’s still in the very beginning stages, but it’s comparable to the code I used in this tutorial series (except that it’s using different technologies, all of which I’m new to).
PowerShellWorkBench will eventually include:
- Treeview controls
- Node/Edge Graphs (using the GraphXL library)
- Context-menus based on powershell ETS
- Whatever you think of and submit
If you’re interested in contributing to PowerShellWorkBench, drop me a line (mike).
[EDIT]: The windows forms-based powershell workbench project can be downloaded here.