Open-PackagePage

Deprecated in 3.0+

Launches the default browser with the project, license, or report abuse URL for the specified package.

Syntax

Open-PackagePage [-Id] <string> [-Version] [-Source] [-License] [-ReportAbuse]
    [-PassThru] [<CommonParameters>]

Parameters

Parameter Description
Id The package ID of the desired package. The -Id switch itself is optional.
Version The version of the package, defaulting to the latest version.
Source The package source, defaulting to the selected source in the source drop-down.
License Opens the browser to the package's License URL. If neither -License nor -ReportAbuse is specified, the browser opens the package's Project URL.
ReportAbuse Opens the browser to the package's Report Abuse URL. If neither -License nor -ReportAbuse is specified, the browser opens the package's Project URL.
PassThru Displays the URL but does not open it in the browser.

None of these parameters accept pipeline input or wildcard characters.

Common Parameters

Open-PackagePage supports the following common PowerShell parameters: Debug, Error Action, ErrorVariable, OutBuffer, OutVariable, PipelineVariable, Verbose, WarningAction, and WarningVariable.

Examples

# Opens a browser with the Ninject package's project page
Open-PackagePage Ninject

# Opens a browser with the Ninject package's license page
Open-PackagePage Ninject -License

# Opens a browser with the Ninject package's report abuse page  
Open-PackagePage Ninject -ReportAbuse

# Assigns the license URL to the variable, $url, without launching the browser
$url = Open-PackagePage Ninject -License -PassThru