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coreclr - This repo contains the

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.NET Core is best thought of as 'agile .NET'. Generally speaking it is the same as the Desktop .NET Framework distributed as part of the Windows operating system, but it is a cross platform (Windows, Linux, macOS) and cross architecture (x86, x64, arm) subset that can be deployed as part of the application (if desired), and thus can be updated quickly to fix bugs or add features.Most users don't need to build .NET Core from source since there is already a built and tested version for any supported platform. You can get the latest released version of the .NET Core SDK by following the instructions on the .NET Core Getting Started page. If you need the most up to date (daily) version of this .NET Core installer you can get it from the latest Installers of .NET Core and .NET Core SDK. If you want one of our official releases, you can get the download from the download archive page.

corefx - This repo contains the

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This repo contains the library implementation (called "CoreFX") for .NET Core. It includes System.Collections, System.IO, System.Xml, and many other components. The corresponding .NET Core Runtime repo (called "CoreCLR") contains the runtime implementation for .NET Core. It includes RyuJIT, the .NET GC, and many other components. Runtime-specific library code (mscorlib) lives in the CoreCLR repo. It needs to be built and versioned in tandem with the runtime. The rest of CoreFX is agnostic of runtime-implementation and can be run on any compatible .NET runtime (e.g. CoreRT).Some of the best ways to contribute are to try things out, file bugs, join in design conversations, and fix issues.

corefxlab - This repo is for experimentation and exploring new ideas that may or may not make it into the main corefx repo

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This repo is for experimentation and exploring new ideas that may or may not make it into the main corefx repo.While this repo is meant for experimentation, we still want to focus our efforts in a particular direction, specifically to work on areas aligned with our roadmap.