Run Linqpad scripts from the command-line

LINQPad now ships with lprun.exe which offers a full command-line experience.

Note: if you've automatically upgraded from an older version of LINQPad, lprun.exe may not be present in your LINQPad folder. To get lprun.exe, download the latest LINQPad from www.linqpad.net. You can either re-install LINQPad, or download the standalone executable which includes lprun.exe.

Sounds promising. When reinstalling I saw the option (which was not selected by default... so be sure to select it)

Add lprun.exe to system PATH (for command-line support)

And indeed after installing and restarting powershell:

> (Get-Command lprun).Source
C:\Program Files (x86)\LINQPad4\LPRun.exe

And...

> $env:PATH.split(";")
...
C:\Program Files (x86)\LINQPad4
...

Thereafter if i run:

lprun .\calendar.linq

...it works as expected.

I've now wrapped this behavior up into the powershell commandlet Invoke-LinqPadScript

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