pscoder: PowerShell plugin for Eclipse
Now that I’m using PowerShell more, I’m looking for a good editor for it. The GUI editor that comes with PowerShell 2.0 is ok, but it only works well with editing one document at a time. If you have multiple libraries and modules, it may be difficult managing your project.
The first place I looked was finding a plugin for Eclipse, and found pscoder. This is an open source plugin from Google Code. The plugin is very basic, but it does colour code the source and has comment/uncomment hot key support. Its still a work in progress, but so is the GUI editor from Microsoft.
You can download pscoder at code.google.com/p/pscoder.