I have updated the Cmdlet Help Editor tool to support Modules. The V1.0 version of this tool only supported PsSnapins. The original post can be found here
Cmdlet Help Editor enables you to create help topics for Windows PowerShell cmdlets in the XML format that Windows PowerShell supports. Help text created in Cmdlet Help Editor can be displayed immediately by a Windows PowerShell get-help command without any additional transforms or formatting.
By reflecting on a Windows PowerShell snap-in (PsSnapin) assembly or Module, Cmdlet Help Editor creates a customized documentation interface that includes the cmdlets, their parameters, and parameter attributes.
Cmdlet Help Editor is designed for Windows PowerShell cmdlet developers to make it easy to create excellent cmdlet help. This tool is made available free of charge, but it is not warranted or supported by Microsoft.
You can download the tool from here:
Cmdlet Help Editor V1.2 requires that the following operating systems and programs be installed on the computer:
- Windows XP or Windows Server 2003, or a later version of Windows
- Windows PowerShell 1.0 or 2.0
- Microsoft .NET 2.0 (for Windows PowerShell 1.0 or 2.0)
- Microsoft .NET 3.0 (for Cmdlet Help Editor)
You can download Windows PowerShell 2.0 as part of the latest Windows Management Framework from here: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/968929
For additional information and to report bugs/issues with the tool, please contact Wfayed@Microsoft.com
Enjoy the tool,