Supported tags and
Note: Previously, we only maintained packages for major versions - 4.0 would be "the latest 4.0" for example, with no older 4.0 available.
Moving forwards, we now retain packages for every stable release, so "4.2" points to the latest 4.2.x, but older 4.2.x releases will continue to be available for services like Travis and Docker.
What is Mono
Sponsored by Xamarin, Mono is an open source implementation of Microsoft's .NET Framework based on the ECMA standards for C# and the Common Language Runtime. A growing family of solutions and an active and enthusiastic contributing community is helping position Mono to become the leading choice for development of cross platform applications.
How to use this image
This image will run stand-alone Mono console apps.
Dockerfile in your Mono app project
This example Dockerfile will run an executable called
FROM mono:3.10-onbuild CMD [ "mono", "./TestingConsoleApp.exe" ]
Place this file in the root of your app, next to the
.sln solution file. Modify the exectuable name to match what you want to run.
This image includes
ONBUILD triggers that adds your app source code to
/usr/src/app/source, restores NuGet packages and compiles the app, placing the output in
With the Dockerfile in place, you can build and run a Docker image with your app:
docker build -t my-app . docker run my-app
You should see any output from your app now.
This Docker image is provided by Xamarin, for users of the Mono Project.
Thanks to Michael Friis for his preliminary work.
Please report issues on the GitHub project.
This Docker Image is licensed with the Expat License. See the Mono Project licensing FAQ for details on how Mono and associated libraries are licensed.