dotnet [command]

The dotnet cli





--versionPrints out the version of the .NET SDK used by dotnet commands. Includes the effects of any global.json
--infoPrints out detailed information about a .NET installation and the machine environment, such as the current operating system, and commit SHA of the .NET version
--list-runtimesPrints out a list of the installed .NET runtimes. An x86 version of the SDK lists only x86 runtimes, and an x64 version of the SDK lists only x64 runtimes
--list-sdksPrints out a list of the installed .NET SDKs
-?, -h, --helpPrints out a list of available commands
-d, --diagnosticsEnables diagnostic output
-v, --verbosity <verbosity>Sets the verbosity level of the command. Allowed values are q[uiet], m[inimal], n[ormal], d[etailed], and diag[nostic]. Not supported in every command. See specific command page to determine if this option is available
--additionalprobingpath <path>Path containing probing policy and assemblies to probe
--additional-deps <deps>Path to an additional .deps.json file. A deps.json file contains a list of dependencies, compilation dependencies, and version information used to address assembly conflicts. For more information, see Runtime Configuration Files on GitHub
-depsfile <deps>Path to the deps.json file. A deps.json file is a configuration file that contains information about dependencies necessary to run the application. This file is generated by the .NET SDK
--runtimeconfig <path>Path to a runtimeconfig.json file. A runtimeconfig.json file is a configuration file that contains run-time settings
--roll-forward <setting>Controls how roll forward is applied to the app. The SETTING can be one of the following values. If not specified, Minor is the default
--fx-version <version>Version of the .NET runtime to use to run the application