dotnet nuget push

This topic applies to: ✓ .NET Core 1.x SDK .NET Core 2.x SDK

Name

dotnet nuget push - Pushes a package to the server and publishes it.

Synopsis

dotnet nuget push [<ROOT>] [-d|--disable-buffering] [--force-english-output] [--interactive] [-k|--api-key] [-n|--no-symbols]
    [--no-service-endpoint] [-s|--source] [-sk|--symbol-api-key] [-ss|--symbol-source] [-t|--timeout]
dotnet nuget push [-h|--help]

Description

The dotnet nuget push command pushes a package to the server and publishes it. The push command uses server and credential details found in the system's NuGet config file or chain of config files. For more information on config files, see Configuring NuGet Behavior. NuGet's default configuration is obtained by loading %AppData%\NuGet\NuGet.config (Windows) or $HOME/.local/share (Linux/macOS), then loading any nuget.config or .nuget\nuget.config starting from the root of drive and ending in the current directory.

Arguments

  • ROOT

    Specifies the file path to the package to be pushed.

Options

  • -d|--disable-buffering

    Disables buffering when pushing to an HTTP(S) server to reduce memory usage.

  • --force-english-output

    Forces the application to run using an invariant, English-based culture.

  • -h|--help

Prints out a short help for the command.

  • --interactive

    Allows the command to block and requires manual action for operations like authentication. Option available since .NET Core 2.2 SDK.

  • -k|--api-key <API_KEY>

    The API key for the server.

  • -n|--no-symbols

    Doesn't push symbols (even if present).

  • --no-service-endpoint

    Doesn't append "api/v2/package" to the source URL. Option available since .NET Core 2.1 SDK.

  • -s|--source <SOURCE>

    Specifies the server URL. This option is required unless DefaultPushSource config value is set in the NuGet config file.

  • -sk|--symbol-api-key <API_KEY>

    The API key for the symbol server.

  • -ss|--symbol-source <SOURCE>

    Specifies the symbol server URL.

  • -t|--timeout <TIMEOUT>

    Specifies the timeout for pushing to a server in seconds. Defaults to 300 seconds (5 minutes). Specifying 0 (zero seconds) applies the default value.

Examples

  • Pushes foo.nupkg to the default push source, specifying an API key:

    dotnet nuget push foo.nupkg -k 4003d786-cc37-4004-bfdf-c4f3e8ef9b3a
    
  • Push foo.nupkg to the custom push source https://customsource, specifying an API key:

    dotnet nuget push foo.nupkg -k 4003d786-cc37-4004-bfdf-c4f3e8ef9b3a -s https://customsource/
    
  • Pushes foo.nupkg to the default push source:

    dotnet nuget push foo.nupkg
    
  • Pushes foo.symbols.nupkg to the default symbols source:

    dotnet nuget push foo.symbols.nupkg
    
  • Pushes foo.nupkg to the default push source, specifying a 360-second timeout:

    dotnet nuget push foo.nupkg --timeout 360
    
  • Pushes all .nupkg files in the current directory to the default push source:

    dotnet nuget push *.nupkg