For documentation around usage and parameters, simply run the following in a PowerShell console:
Get-Help AutoSPSourceBuilder.ps1 -Full
- AutoSPSourceBuilder.ps1 must be run from within an Administrative (elevated) PowerShell prompt; in other words, launch PowerShell by right-clicking and selecting "Run as Administrator"
- If you specify paths with spaces as parameter values, you must enclose them in quotation marks ("")
- Cumulative Updates starting with August 2012 (SharePoint 2010) and April 2013 (SharePoint 2013)
no longer slipstream properly (using the classic method) due to a change in the way MS is doing their packaging. However, AutoSPSourceBuilder now works around this to effectively re-enable slipstreaming of recent CUs.
- The August 2014 CU for SharePoint 2013 really messes things up due to the fact that it's
not an all-encompassing "Uber" patch; it only contains a subset of fixes. Therefore, you should probably skip it altogether and go straight to the September 2014 CU or later.