Yes. Persists into version 5:
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[PS] H:\>[datetime]"$((get-date -Year 2017 -Month 11 -Day 2).ToString())" -eq (get-date -Year 2017 -Month 11 -Day 2)
This would no doubt be a breaking change
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Agree. And double clicking an empty space to open a new file as well.
https://github.com/dotnet/docs/issues/3455 The DotNet team is collecting feedback on this item as well.
Tracking a list of missing robocopy-like functionality in this GitHub Issue: https://github.com/PowerShell/PowerShell/issues/2581
Feel free to continue to vote here, but you’re also welcome to add comments there or even contribute some of the missing functionality!
This is a very difficult thing to implement, it could potentially break many of the add-ons, and could introduce some very confusing UI elements.
That said, we’re interested to get more ideas from you for how something like this might work. Feel free to post your comments below.
Agreed, but we haven’t had a chance to look at it yet to see how difficult it might be to fix. We’ll post back here if we decide to do it.
With PowerShell 6.0, we’ve already begun updating our versioning system to be more descriptive. Right now, PSVersion returns 6.0.0-alpha as a System.Management.Automation.SemanticVersion object (with Major, Minor, Patch, and Label properties), and we’ve also added a GitCommitId property to PSVersionTable that matches perfectly with tags on GitHub: https://github.com/powershell/powershell/tags
Still, we can definitely continue to improve the semantic version implementation. You can track (and contribute to!) the discussion on these improvements here: https://github.com/PowerShell/PowerShell/issues/2354