dotnet CLI commands
dotnet command-line interface (CLI), which runs on Windows, Mac OS X, and Linux, provides a number of essential commands such as installing, restoring, and publishing packages. If dotnet satisfies your needs, it's not necessary to use
For examples of using these commands to consume packages, see Install and manage packages using the dotnet CLI. For examples of using these commands to create packages, see Create and publish a package using the dotnet CLI.
For the complete command reference on
dotnet CLI, see .NET Core command-line interface (CLI) tools.
- dotnet add package: Adds a package reference to the project file, then runs
dotnet restoreto install the package.
- dotnet remove package: Removes a package reference from the project file.
- dotnet restore: Restores the dependencies and tools of a project. As of NuGet 4.0, this runs the same code as
- dotnet nuget locals: Lists locations of the global-packages, http-cache, and temp folders and clears the contents of those folders.
- dotnet new nugetconfig: Creates a
nuget.configfile to configure NuGet's behavior.
- dotnet pack: Packs the code into a NuGet package.
- dotnet nuget push: Publishes a package to a NuGet server. Applicable to nuget.org, Azure Artifacts, and third-party NuGet servers.
- dotnet nuget delete: Deletes or unlists a package from a NuGet server. Applicable to nuget.org, Azure Artifacts, and third-party NuGet servers.
- dotnet nuget verify: Verifies a signed NuGet package.