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C# Script Runner for .NET Core 2.0!

As you may have read on this blog before, together with Bernhard, we have been working on a .NET Core and .NET CLI C# script runner, called dotnet-script, for a while now. Today I have a big announcement to make – we have recently released .NET Core 2.0 and .NET Standard 2.0 support!

These changes are part of 0.14.0 release that came out 3 weeks ago. We didn’t want to promote it that much, because – as it’s normally the case with .NET Core related stuff – the accompanying tooling wasn’t ready. In other words, there was no robust language services or intellisense story for writing .NET Core 2.0 scripts.

However, we are now ready with OmniSharp tooling too, which means you can enjoy C# scripting on .NET Core 2.0 in VS Code as long as you install the latest beta release of C# for VS Code. In parallel, we also already released a 0.15.0 version of dotnet-script.

Here is how to get started and a summary of what is new in 0.14.0 and 0.15.0.

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