Published on August 8, 2017 by Microsoft
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Setting assembly and product version numbers as part of your build process is easier now in .NET Core. In this episode, Dave shows us how to specify version numbers for .NET core assemblies and NuGet packages using command line parameters and how easily that can be integrated into build systems like AppVeyor.

Episode Sponsor:
AppVeyor – Continuous Deliver Services for Windows Developers

 

Previous Episodes:
Hosted ASP.NET Core Builds with AppVeyor
Continuous Deployment with AppVeyor
Deploying a NuGet package with AppVeyor

Related Content:
AppVeyor Docs – Environment Variables

 

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DavidPaquette
2 months 3 hours ago

@Megasware128:Yeah! There’s a whole set of NuGet Package properties available: docs.microsoft.com/en-us/dotnet/core/tools/csproj#nuget-metadata-properties

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Megasware128
2 months 10 hours ago

There is also a <PackageVersion/>

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