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dotnet-script 1.3 is out with .NET 6.0 support

Last week we released version 1.3 of dotnet-script. The latest release introduces support for .NET 6.0 and C# 10 and is available, as usually, through Github releases and on Nuget. You will need to have at least the .NET SDK 6.0.100 installed.

The related language services in OmniSharp (e.g. C# extension for VS Code) have already been updated accordingly a while ago.

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dotnet-script 1.2 is out with assembly isolation feature

Last month we released version 1.2 of dotnet-script. This was already 36th release of the tool and I am proud to say all the dotnet-script releated packages on Nuget have passed 1 million downloads – thanks a lot!

The latest release (which already has a 1.2.1 patch too), contains several useful bug fixes, including a memory leak and one excellent new feature – assembly isolation.

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dotnet-script 1.0.0 released – with support for .NET 5.0 and C# 9

To celebrate the release of .NET 5.0, which happened yesterday, we are happy to announce the release of dotnet-script – with support for .NET 5.0 and C# 9.

In addition to that, we have decided that after such a long time since we started this project off, and a rather stable public API, it is high time to celebrate this .NET 5.0 release by additionally moving dotnet-script to version 1.0.0.

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dotnet-script 0.50 is out – with support for .NET Core 3.0!

We have some exciting news to announce – dotnet-script is now supporting .NET Core 3.0.

We released the new version 0.50.0, with .NET Core 3.0 support already on September 25th, two days after .NET Core 3.0 went RTM, but kept quiet about it. The reason was that a large part of the scripting experience is the tooling in OmniSharp and the C# Extension for VS Code, and that had to be updated accordingly too.

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dotnet-script 0.27.0 is out – with a ton of features!

It's that time again, the new dotnet-script release, version 0.27.0 is out. It's been 2+ months since the last release so this one is fully packed with great features.

You can get it by running dotnet tool install dotnet-script -g (if you don't have it installed yet) or dotnet tool update dotnet-script -g (if you just need an update).

Let me quickly walk you through some of them.

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dotnet-script – now on .NET Core 2.1 runtime, with C# 7.3 support and more!

In the previous post, I announced that dotnet-script is now built as global tool and can be installed using .NET Core 2.1 preview SDK. However, by that time it was still based on .NET Core 2.0 runtime (it was possible to build and install .NET Core 2.0 tools using .NET Core 2.1 preview SDK).

Now we have even more cool news to announce – because dotnet-script is now a true .NET Core 2.1 application, and can be used to run scripts on top of .NET Core 2.1 runtime. We release quite often so let me do a quick rundown of all the new features since my last blog post.

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