This article applies to: ✔️ .NET Core 3.1 SDK and later versions
dotnet msbuild - Builds a project and all of its dependencies. Note: A solution or project file may need to be specified if there are multiple.
dotnet msbuild <MSBUILD_ARGUMENTS> dotnet msbuild -h
dotnet msbuild command allows access to a fully functional MSBuild.
The command has the exact same capabilities as the existing MSBuild command-line client for SDK-style projects only. The options are all the same. For more information about the available options, see the MSBuild command-line reference.
The dotnet build command is equivalent to
dotnet msbuild -restore. When you don't want to build the project and you have a specific target you want to run, use
dotnet build or
dotnet msbuild and specify the target.
Build a project and its dependencies:
Build a project and its dependencies using Release configuration:
dotnet msbuild -property:Configuration=Release
Run the publish target and publish for the
dotnet msbuild -target:Publish -property:RuntimeIdentifiers=osx.10.11-x64
See the whole project with all targets included by the SDK:
dotnet msbuild -preprocess dotnet msbuild -preprocess:<fileName>.xml