.NET Core 3.0.0 Preview 7 - July 23, 2019
.NET Core 3.0.0 Preview 7 is available for download and usage in your environment. This release includes .NET Core 3.0.0 Preview 7 and .NET Core SDK 3.0.100 Preview 7.
Visual Studio compatibility: .NET Core 3.0 Preview 7 requires Visual Studio 2019 16.3 Preview 1, which will be released shortly. Visit Visual Studio Preview to learn about VS previews.
The .NET Core SDK 3.0.100 Preview 7 includes .NET Core 3.0 Runtime so downloading the runtime packages separately is not needed when installing the SDK. After installing the .NET Core SDK 3.0.100 preview, the following command will show that you're running version
3.0.100-preview7-012821 of the tools.
Your feedback is important and appreciated. We've created an issue at dotnet/core #3075 for your questions and comments.
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- Includes the .NET Core and ASP.NET Core Runtimes
- For hosting stand-alone apps on Windows Servers. Includes the ASP.NET Core Module for IIS and can be installed separately on servers without installing .NET Core runtime.
All symbols for .NET Core releases for all platforms are now available from nuget or public symbols server. The symbols zips files that we used to share in the release notes earlier will no longer be provided.
The following repos have been updated
Notable Changes in 3.0.0 Preview 7
.NET Core SDK Size Improvements
SOS no longer ships as part of the .NET Core runtime. SOS now ships out of band and works with any version of the runtime. Instructions to install the new out of band SOS is available at https://github.com/dotnet/diagnostics#installing-sos.
The SOS source code and documentation has moved to the diagnostics repo here: https://github.com/dotnet/diagnostics.
NetTrace replaces NetPerf format:
The NetPerf format is obsolete and has now been replaced with NetTrace format which serves the identical role. The format is supported in Visual Studio 2019 starting with 16.3 Preview 1, TraceEvent version 2.0.43 and PerfView version 2.0.44.
The most visible change is that trace files should be smaller than before. It is also faster to write, supports some new metadata on events, and makes some parsing scenarios more efficient. For more details see the file format spec.
Debian 10 has been released (GA) and will be supported by .NET Core 3.0 going forward.
As described in .NET Core OS Lifecycle Policy, we will no longer test .NET Core or produce updates for OS versions which are out of standard support or are end of life.