Top 20 NuGet run Packages

It is based on NETCORE. This is the basic class library of the framework, which mainly provides the basic functional support needed for running. At the same time, it also provides rich tools for web development.
Enable Windows Service projects to run as application and be auto installable.
Features: - You can run any object in another process in several lines - The created object looks like a real one (see ProxyFactory) - Full control - you can kill the process at any time and interrupt the execution of any code and free the libraries used Limitations: -...
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Task scheduling for .NET
Task scheduling for .NET: Azure Service Bus
XText allows you to easily create a text based layout simply in code, including Paragraphs, inlines, formatting etc. Also gives the ability to conditionally writing out elements
A simple .NET tool to execute other dotnet tools without installing them globally or in a project.
Simple process runner starting and stopping local processes in the .Net Framework.
Source code package. A utility class for running external processes in various ways, with timeout and success/failure notification and getting their output recorded via a logger.
Runs an executable with optional arguments, and returns the standard output as an output parameter. Usage: <Run Exe="$(Git)" Args="log HEAD" WorkingDir="$(MSBuildProjectDirectory)"> <Output TaskParameter="Output" PropertyName="HeadSha" /> </Run>
Helper to safely run a Task from a codebase not async.
Helper for spawning and tracking output of other programs
A process host for Windows (Vista and later) that is more reliable and flexible than System.Diagnostics.Process
Run your command on your Linux. It doesn't show terminal. Just use RunLinuxBashCommand.Bash.RunCommand function
Contains basic behaviors filters for net projects, xamarin especially.
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Provides features to run the cmd commands from Thaan
Command line tool for running, testing, and managing microservices in development and CI/CD environments.