- You’ll generally want to run the ./build.ps1 script. This will compile, run unit and acceptance tests and build the output packages locally. Output will got to the ./artifacts directory.
- You can view the current commit’s SemVer build information by running ./version.ps1.
- The other ./*.ps1 scripts perform subsets of the build process, if you don’t want to run the full build.
- The release process works best with GitFlow branching; this allows us to publish every development commit to an unstable feed with a unique SemVer version, and then choose when to release to a stable feed.
- Alternatively you can build the project in VS2017 with the latest .NET Core SDK.