Migrondi.Core 1.0.0-beta-001

This is a prerelease version of Migrondi.Core.
There is a newer prerelease version of this package available.
See the version list below for details.
dotnet add package Migrondi.Core --version 1.0.0-beta-001                
NuGet\Install-Package Migrondi.Core -Version 1.0.0-beta-001                
This command is intended to be used within the Package Manager Console in Visual Studio, as it uses the NuGet module's version of Install-Package.
<PackageReference Include="Migrondi.Core" Version="1.0.0-beta-001" />                
For projects that support PackageReference, copy this XML node into the project file to reference the package.
paket add Migrondi.Core --version 1.0.0-beta-001                
#r "nuget: Migrondi.Core, 1.0.0-beta-001"                
#r directive can be used in F# Interactive and Polyglot Notebooks. Copy this into the interactive tool or source code of the script to reference the package.
// Install Migrondi.Core as a Cake Addin
#addin nuget:?package=Migrondi.Core&version=1.0.0-beta-001&prerelease

// Install Migrondi.Core as a Cake Tool
#tool nuget:?package=Migrondi.Core&version=1.0.0-beta-001&prerelease                

.NET Core

Currently Working on the next version to also add better support for the VSCode Extension!


Migrondi is a SQL Migrations tool designed to be simple and execute simple migrations. Write SQL and execute SQL against your database.

No need to install it, use it from VSCode! https://github.com/AngelMunoz/migrondi-vscode

Migrondi Runs on Linux-x64, Linux-arm64, Windows-x64, and MacOS-x64 (intel based)


For Non .NET users

Grab the binary from the releases page or build from source and put it on your PATH, that way the command is available globally e.g.

# you can put this at the end of your ~/.bashrc
# $HOME/Apps/migrondi is a directory where you have downloaded your "Migrondi" binary
export MIGRONDI_HOME="$HOME/Apps/migrondi"

For .NET users

you can now install this as a global/local tool as well

dotnet tool install --global Migrondi



If you are starting from scratch you can run the init command to create the migrondi files and directories needed for the rest of the commands to work properly

~/Migrondi $ ./Migrondi init
Created /home/x/Migrondi/migrondi.json and /home/x/Migrondi/migrations
~/Migrondi $
PS C:\Users\x\Migrondi> ./Migrondi.exe init
Created C:\Users\x\Migrondi\migrondi.json and C:\Users\x\Migrondi\migrations\
PS C:\Users\x\Migrondi>

Then you can adapt the configuration as needed

Config File

to use this tool you need to supply a JSON configuration file (the name must be migrondi.json)

  "connection": "Data Source=Migrondi.db",
  "migrationsDir": "./migrations/",
  "driver": "sqlite"
  • connection

    This is a IDbConnection compatible connection string (you can find examples in the follwing links)

  • migrationsDir

    this is an absolute or relative path to where the migrations will be stored Note: please include the trailing slash to prevent writing on the directory above of the one you pointed to. (if you use the init command, this is created for you)

  • driver

    any of the following "mssql" "sqlite" "mysql" "postgres"

Migrondi 0.5.0
Copyright (C) 2020 Angel D. Munoz

  init       Creates basic files and directories to start using migrondi.

  new        Creates a new Migration file.

  up         Runs the migrations against the database.

  down       Rolls back migrations from the database.

  list       List the amount of migrations in the database.

  help       Display more information on a specific command.

  version    Display version information.


To create a new migration file run Migrondi.exe new -n CreateTodosTable where CreateTodosTable is the name of your migration, you can replace that name with your migration name it will create a new file with a name like this: SampleMigration_1586550686936.sql with the following contents

-- ---------- MIGRONDI:UP:1586550686936 --------------
-- Write your Up migrations here

-- ---------- MIGRONDI:DOWN:1586550686936 --------------
-- Write how to revert the migration here

Please do not remove the MIGRONDI:UP:TIMESTAMP and MIGRONDI:DOWN:TIMESTAMP comments these are used to differentiate what to run when you run the up or down commands.


To run your migrations against your database use the "up" command Migrondi.exe up you can use -t <number> to specify how many migrations you want to run


To rollback your migrations from your database use the "down" command Migrondi.exe down you can use -t <number> to specify how many migrations you want to roll back


If you want to list migrations you can use the command "list" Migrondi.exe list with the following flag combinations

  • Migrondi.exe list --last true
  • Migrondi.exe list --all true --missing true
  • Migrondi.exe list --all true --missing false

these will give you these outputs

  • Last migration in the database
  • All migrations that are missing
  • All migrations present in the database


Use the build.fsx (dotnet fsi build.fsx) script or clone and run

dotnet publish -c Release -r <RID> --self-contained true -p:PublishSingleFile=true -o dist

replace RID and the angle brackets with any of the following

this should give you a binary file in the dist directory, after that put it wherever you want and add it to your path and you can start using it

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