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Old 08-15-2017, 11:01 AM   #1
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Announcing .NET Core 2.0


From the Official Blog post:

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.NET Core 2.0 is available today as a final release. You can start developing with it at the command line, in your favorite text editor, in Visual Studio 2017 15.3, Visual Studio Code or Visual Studio for Mac. It is ready for production workloads, on your own hardware or your favorite cloud.
Microsoft has added support for Debian Stretch and SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 12 SP2 in this release. Additionally:

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Much easier to target Linux as a single operating system

.NET Core 2.0 treats Linux as a single operating system. There is now a single Linux build (per chip architecture) that works on all Linux distros that we’ve tested. Our support so far is specific to glibc-based distros and more specifically Debian- and Red Hat-based Linux distros.

There are other Linux distros that we would like to support, like those that use musl C Standard library, such as Alpine. Alpine will be supported in a later release.

Please tell us if the .NET Core 2.0 Linux build doesn’t work well on your favorite Linux distro.

Similar improvements have been made for Windows and macOS. You can now publish for the following “runtimes”.

linux-x64, linux-arm
win-x64, win-x86
osx-x64

Linux and Windows ARM32 builds now available, in Preview

The .NET Core team is now producing ARM32 builds for .NET Core 2.0+. These builds are great for using on Raspberry Pi. These builds are not yet supported by Microsoft and have preview status.

The team is producing Runtime and not SDK builds for .NET Core. As a result, you need to build your applications on another operating system and then copy to a Raspberry Pi (or similar device) to run.
Are any LQ members using .NET Core 2.0?

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