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I'm looking for somewhere to save and organize my scripts.  Any ideas where i can save them??

I was thinking online so i can access them from anywhere but if the best product is installation then im good with that.
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GusGallowsCommented:
I was always fond of planet source code, though it has been a while since I have posted anything on there. Probably the best way to maintain ownership of your scripts is to start a blog. Blogspot.com is really nice and it's free. You can use a gmail account to start it up. Check it out and let us know where you wind up putting it. Good scripting blogs go a long way toward helping folks write their own code. Of course, you can start a blog here on Experts-exchange as well.

Now, if you are wanting some kind of version control for your script, I am not aware of any online repositories you can use. They may be out there, but I am not aware of them. If you have a sharepoint server, those work pretty well for handling version control.
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soostibiCommented:
You may use PowerGUI. You can use its folder-hierarchy-like node structure to store your scripts in. Even clicking on these nodes your script is executed and the result is shown in a graphical grid.
If some of your scripts do some actions, not just displaying information, then you can store these under action commands on the right hand side of the UI.
You can compile your scripts in single-file PowerPacks, you can easily transfer these packs to other PowerGUI-s.
You can even store a master version of a PowerPack on a http accessible store, and all PowerGUIs can check if your pack has a newer version and can automatically update it inside them.
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Bill PrewCommented:
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Bill PrewCommented:
I guess I should ask, what features / capabilities are you looking for?

~bp
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resolver1Author Commented:
Thanks for the suggestions.

Just to answer billprew question What features / capabilities am i looking for? Not really sure,  I'm a Network Administrator and looking for somewhere to store my scripts. I've got about 10 scripts now but i want something to grow with me, i guess the following characteristics:

- Easy accessible (Thinking viewable from a webbrowser)
- Organize my scripts (searchable and commenting)
- Simple to use
- Version control
- Free (or small monthly charge is ok)
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Bill PrewCommented:
Okay, I think some of the suggestions so far should meet that need, let us know how you get along.

~bp
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resolver1Author Commented:
I've created beanstalk  account and want to add code/comments.  How can this be done via a webbrowser?  from what i can see a client side has to be installed.
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resolver1Author Commented:
Thanks for the suggestions.   I Prefer the PowerGUI.  I use sugar sync so i will use that in-conjunction with PowerGUI to grab the files from anywhere.  I'll also update the server with the necessary information.
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resolver1Author Commented:
Sorry ignore that last sentence.  Someone was talking to me at the same time as writing and ended writing what i was telling them.   doh lol
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