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versionsof.net

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.NET Core versioning is a mess. There are lots and lots and lots of version numbers, from runtime to SDK, from Visual Studio to languages and of course .NET Standard. So what SDK corresponds to which runtime again? I know there some sort of a system, but it differs per release. This website uses information published in the .NET Core repo to give an overview of all the versions of .NET Core.

Building the website

This site is built using Fake.StaticGen, which is a toolset for generating static websites, built on the FAKE build system. To build the site, you need the .NET Core SDK and fake-cli tool (dotnet tool install fake-cli).

To get the list of Mono releases, access to the GitHub API is required. The secrets for this are to be stored in a secrets.toml file with entries for gh-client-id and gh-client-secret. These secrets can be acquired by creating a GitHub OAuth app. You can also create the secrets.toml file using the Configure target with FAKE:

fake build -t configure -- [GitHub Client ID] [GitHub Client Secret]

To generate the site, run

fake build
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