macOS and Linux
While .NET originated as a Windows-centric programming framework, it has expanded into other operating systems through community projects like Mono and official support in .NET Core. This page details Dotfuscator's support for the macOS and Linux families of operating systems.
Dotfuscator can protect .NET-based apps that run on macOS and Linux. This includes apps that target .NET Core. Mono apps - for the traditional "desktop" Mono as well as the versions used in Xamarin.Android and Xamarin.iOS - are also supported, but you should configure Dotfuscator to use only Mono-compatible transforms.
You can also install Dotfuscator itself onto macOS and Linux machines using the NuGet package. The following Dotfuscator components are supported on these operating systems:
The command line interface can be run using .NET Core 2.1 or later.
When running on macOS and Linux, Dotfuscator cannot use the Windows-exclusive .NET Framework SDK. Thus some features are limited; see Features Requiring .NET Framework SDK for details.
To install Dotfuscator on macOS or Linux, see the instructions for installing the NuGet package.