dimanche 26 février 2023, 16:34 , par Slashdot
An anonymous reader shared this report from InfoWorld:.NET 8, the next planned version of the Microsoft's open source software development platform, is set to emphasize Linux accommodations as well as cloud development and containers.
A first preview of.NET 8 is available for download at dot.microsoft.com for Windows, Linux, and macOS, Microsoft said on February 21. A long-term support (LTS) release that will be supported for three years,.NET 8 is due for production availability in November, a year after the release of predecessor.NET 7.
The new.NET release will be buildable on Linux directly from the dotnet/dotnet repository, using dotnet/source-build to build.NET runtimes, tools, and SDKs. This is the same build used by Red Hat and Canonical to build.NET. Over time, this capability will be extended to support Windows and macOS. Previously,.NET could be built from the source, but a 'source tarball' was required from the dotnet/installer.
'We are publishing Ubuntu Chiseled images with.NET 8,' adds Microsoft's announcement.
And when it comes to the.NET Monitor tool, 'We plan to ship to dotnet/monitor images exclusively as Ubuntu Chiseled, starting with.NET 8. That's notable because the monitor images are the one production app image we publish.'
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