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    dotnet tools

    I'd like to know if developers here have learned how to write dotnet tools or have used available tools from NuGet (see list) were the majority focus on a handful of topics.

    Reason for asking, I'm writing up code samples to show what can be done with dotnet tools for the average developer.

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    Re: dotnet tools

    Interesting - thanks for the links.

    Is this similar to Android namespaces where you can call on "external" code? It's been a while since I played with Android - I might be using wrong terminology here...

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    Re: dotnet tools

    Definition of dotnet tools "A .NET tool is a special NuGet package that contains a console application."

    Some predefined commands which run via a PowerShell window or command prompt

    dotnet new console -n "test-console"
    dotnet sln add .\test-console\test-console.csproj
    dotnet run --project .\test-console\test-console.csproj

    Or create your own e.g. this one is a simple one which calculates your age. In this case installed via NuGet with source here.

    Installed via PowerShell dotnet tool install --global myage --version 1.1.2

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    To get a list of global installed tools.

    dotnet tool list -g|--global

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