.NET Core SDK
This repo contains the source code for the cross-platform .NET Core SDK. It aggregates the .NET Toolchain, the .NET Core runtime, the templates, the offline packages cache, and the ASP.NET Runtime store. It produces zip, tarballs, and native packages for various supported platforms.
Looking for V2 of the .NET Core tooling?
Download v2.0 of the .NET Core tools (CLI, MSBuild and the new csproj) at https://dot.net/core.
Note: The master branch of the .NET Core SDK repo is based on an forthcoming version of the SDK and is pre-release. For production-level usage, use the released version of the tools available at https://dot.net/core
Found an issue?
You can consult the Documents Index for the CLI repo to find out current issues, see workarounds, and to see how to file new issues.
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Installers and Binaries
You can download the .NET Core SDK as either an installer (MSI, PKG) or a zip (zip, tar.gz). The .NET Core SDK contains both the .NET Core runtime and CLI tools.
To download the .NET Core runtime without the SDK, visit https://github.com/dotnet/core-setup#daily-builds.
Note: Be aware that the following installers are the latest bits. If you want to install the latest released versions, check out the preceding section. In order to be able to restore these pre-release packages, you may need to add a NuGet feed as noted in the table below. Other feeds may also be necessary depending on what kind of project you are working with.
Latest Coherent Build2
1: Our Debian packages are put together slightly differently than the other OS specific installers. Instead of combining everything, we have separate component packages that depend on each other. If you're installing the SDK from the .deb file (via dpkg or similar), then you'll need to install the corresponding dependencies first:
2: A 'coherent' build is defined as a build where the Runtime version matches between the CLI and Asp.NET.
Questions & Comments
For all feedback, use the Issues on the .NET CLI repository.
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