Quino includes a command-line tool named
quino to manage projects and parts of the deployment.
This tool is designed to integrate with the .NET command-line support using
dotnet. It includes several sub-tools, each of which is documented separately.
While older versions supported
clean, you can now find out how to use
git to clean the workspace.
Tools are available as NuGet packages. They can be installed as .NET Core 2.1 "tools". To use these tools, you must first install .NET Core 2.1.
The following command makes the
quino tool from the
quino NuGet package available anywhere on the machine (the
-g flag indicates a global installation).
dotnet tool install quino -g
The following command invokes the installed tool.
You can install multiple versions by specifying the
--tool-path option on the
install command and then launching the specific version from that path.
dotnet tool install quino --tool-path C:\tools
You can install pre-release versions by specifying the
--version option on the
install command. You may need to uninstall a previously installed version of the tool.
Install pre-release version globally:
dotnet tool install quino --version 6.0.3-fixes3220 -g
Install pre-release version to custom path:
dotnet tool install quino --version 6.0.3-fixes3220 --tool-path C:\tools
The Nant-based tools are deprecated and no longer supported as of Quino 6