Why is NuKeeper Archived
Automagically update NuGet packages in all .NET projects.
Installation is very easy. Just run this command and the tool will be installed.
dotnet tool install nukeeper --global
Note: NuKeeper has experimental support for running package updates on Linux/macOS. This functionality relies on Mono installation on local system. Please refer to https://www.mono-project.com/ for more information about how to install mono.
NuKeeper works for .NET Framework and for .NET Core projects. It also has the ability to target private NuGet feeds.
|.NET Framework||.NET Core||Private Nuget Feed|
Integration with the following platforms is supported.
NuKeeper has different commands and options which can be utilized. Below you'll find a summary of all the commands and what they do.
Options: --version Show version information -?|-h|--help Show help information Commands: global Performs version checks and generates pull requests for all repositories the provided token can access. inspect Checks projects existing locally for possible updates. org Performs version checks and generates pull requests for all repositories in a github organisation. repo Performs version checks and generates pull requests for a single repository. update Applies relevant updates to a local project.
For detailed information about the commands, please check out the wiki
How To Uninstall
You can uninstall the tool using the following command.
dotnet tool uninstall nukeeper --global
How To Build and Run From Source
You can install the nukeeper dotnet tool of current build using the
InstallNuKeeperDotNetTool (.bat for Windows, .sh for macOS and Linux) found in the root of the repository.
Note: this overrides your existing global installation of the NuKeeper dotnet tool.
You can build and package the tool using the following commands. The instructions assume that you are in the root of the repository.
dotnet pack .\NuKeeper\NuKeeper.csproj -o ".\artifacts" dotnet tool install nukeeper --global --add-source ".\artifacts" nukeeper --version
Note: On macOS and Linux,
.\artifactswill need be switched to
./artifactsto accommodate for the different slash directions.
NuKeeper is licensed under the Apache License
- Git automation by LibGit2Sharp licensed under MIT
- Github client by Octokit licensed under MIT
- NuGet protocol NuGet.Protocol licensed under Apache License Version 2.0
- NuGet CommandLine NuGet commandLine licensed under Apache License Version 2.0
- Command line parsing by McMaster.Extensions.CommandLineUtils licensed under Apache License Version 2.0
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