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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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Lightweight .NET Core benchmarking with BenchmarkDotNet and dotnet-script

Today I wanted to show you something that I hope could be a very useful addition to your .NET Core development toolbox, and that is an ultra-lightweight of doing performance benchmarking for your code using BenchmarkDotNet and dotnet-script.

We just released 0.19.0 of dotnet-script, that supports benchmarking, yesterday.

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