As a Software Engineer commands in a terminal are part of your daily routine and even more when you're setting up CICD pipelines. These commands are very useful when you're running the tests, building your project, deploying (publishing) your web app or simply test your front end NodeJs packages. Unless you're a mouse manic, commands are definitely not part of your routine but still, sometimes you can't run away from them.
With this in mind, I've compiled a couple of useful commands for .NET Engineers that will help you for your daily work or just to take a peak or even set up your pipelines for project automation.
# find which branches contain a commit git branch --contains <commit> # revert last commit and keep modified files git reset --soft HEAD^ # cherry-pick command will allows you to pick any commit from any branch and apply it to any other branch. git cherry-pick <commit-hash>
# build a projcet with a specific version in release mode dotnet build src\project\project.csproj -c Release /p:Version=0.0.1 # test a certain project in release mode dotnet test src\project\project.csproj -c Release # publish a project into a certain dist folder with certain version, in release mode dotnet publish src\project -c Release -o ..\dist\ /p:Version=0.0.1 # publish an exe with a single file dotnet publish src\project -c Release -o ..\dist\ /p:Version=0.0.1 /p:PublishSingleFile=true /p:PublishTrimmed=true /p:PublishReadyToRun=true # publish a nuget package using dotnet nuget dotnet nuget push -s http://your.nuget.com/v3/index.json package.version.nupkg -k key # build a project assembly into a specific folder with a certain version # useful if you set the project properties to generate a nuget package dotnet build .\src\Company.Product.Project\ -c Release -o ..\..\dist\ /p:Version=$version
# packs a nuget from a nuspec with a certain version in release mode nuget pack dist\project.nuspec -Version 0.0.1-alpha-SHA1 -Properties Configuration=Release -OutputDirectory .\dist\ # publish a nuget package using nuget nuget push package.nupkg -Source http://nuget.rezult.io/v3/index.json # delete a specific NuGet package version from a source nuget delete Package.Name 1.2.3 -ApiKey ApiKeyGoesHere -Source http://nuget.rezult.io
Here's the Github repository here.