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    After much discussion with Aaron Nelson and Chrissy LeMaire, and thanks to the enormous amount of support for this item, we’ve recognized that this is something we need to accomplish, one way or another.

    We don’t want to offer an ETA on this as the work is not well understood by our team yet, and no one currently has immediate bandwidth on starting that investigation. But I want to stress the fact that is an important ask that we’re taking seriously as a priority.

    In the meantime, it would be immensely useful if someone with expertise in the DataTable space could submit an RFC (basically a brief spec) to our PowerShell-RFC repository on GitHub. That way, we can have a discussion about what the design of a ConvertTo-DataTable cmdlet might look like before we dive in on an implementation. The process for doing so is located here: https://github.com/PowerShell/PowerShell-RFC/blob/master/RFC0000-RFC-Process.md#draft

    I…

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    Chris Hunt commented  · 

    Ok. Joel Bennet pointed out then when implementing an interface, you can implement custom property getters and setters to satisfy the interface.

    class myClass : InterfaceNoProp
    {
    [bool] $Property

    [bool] get_Property() {
    return $this.Property
    }

    [bool] Method() {
    return $true
    }
    }

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    survey  ·  Zachary Alexander responded

    Thank you for your input. Based on its current ranking compared to other feedback items and product schedule, work on this item is pending (and will be driven by) further customer input.

    Chris Hunt commented  · 

    How about ConvertTo-Binary? I would probably use the Complile verb if it existed, but based on what's available, ConvertTo is pretty close.

    However, if you are calling some exe to do the compilation, then it is more technically Invoke or Start.

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    Chris Hunt commented  · 

    You should look at class in v5. I believe they address all of these concerns.

    https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/dn820211.aspx

    Return types
    Return type is a contract; the return value is converted to the expected
    type. If no return type is specified, the return type is void. There
    is no streaming of objects; objects cannot be written to the pipeline
    either intentionally or by accident.

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