While tracking down some issues in some of the cmdlets, I came to the conclusion that it may be a good idea to rebuild all the scripts prior to a release. There’s a lot of missing bits and pieces in various cmdlets, which came about due to the nature of the project. Initially, a cmdlet was going to be very simple, but over time, the template became 8kb in size. From here on out, I can either keep the 8kb template and rebuild each script, or extract the necessary bits from each script and strip all comments out so each script is only the necessary bits to grab that particular set of files. In any case, one of these will be needed in order to complete the current release.
There’s also the boot functionality that needs to be fully implemented and utilized.
For the time being, BootZilla is in a ‘refactoring’ period of development. A final build is likely to be out by April 2015.