Programming language: C#
License: MIT License
Tags: Package Management    
Latest version: v4.0.0

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What is Sleet?

Sleet is a static NuGet package feed generator.

  • Serverless. Create static feeds directly on Azure Storage, Amazon S3 or another S3 compatible storage. No compute required.
  • Cross platform. Sleet is built in .NET, it can run on .NET Framework, Mono, or dotnet CLI
  • Fast. Static feeds are created using the NuGet v3 feed format.
  • Symbol server. Assemblies and pdb files from packages are automatically indexed and provided as a [symbol server](doc/symbol-server.md).
  • Simple. Sleet is a simple command line tool that can add, remove, and update packages.
  • Flexible. Feeds can be written to disk and hosted with a web server to support authentication. Use the command line tool or a library to run Sleet programmatically.

Getting Sleet

Manually getting sleet.exe (Windows and Mono)

  1. Download the latest SleetExe nupkg from NuGet.org
  2. Extract tools/Sleet.exe to a local folder and run it.

Install dotnet global tool

  1. dotnet tool install -g sleet
  2. sleet should now be on your PATH

Read the guides

Documentation can be found in this repo under [/doc](doc/index.md)

Quick start guides

These provide a walk through on the basics of configuring sleet, creating, and using a feed.

  • [Setting up an Azure feed](doc/feed-type-azure.md)
  • [Setting up an AWS S3 feed](doc/feed-type-s3.md)
  • [Setting up a local feed with IIS hosting](doc/feed-type-local.md)
  • [Integration with CI Server](doc/ci-server.md)

Check out the full getting started guide here.

CI builds

CI builds are located on the following NuGet feed:


The list of packages on this feed is here.

Sleet is..

Cold static packages from the cloud. ☁️ + 📦 = ❄️

Related projects

  • Sleet.Azure provides MSBuild props/targets for running Sleet.


MIT License

*Note that all licence references and agreements mentioned in the Sleet README section above are relevant to that project's source code only.