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Nuget: Am I Doing It Wrong?


So, I've got my project set up with libraries managed by nuget. packages.conf has a set of versions in it for my various libraries. Everything is nice and tidy! Now when I need to stand up a new developer, or create a new CI instance, I just need to do a svn checkout, then run `nuget.exe restore` and all of my project dependencies are created like magi....


Is this something on my end, or...I mean, you guys can't possibly take libraries offline from after a week or so. Right?


Aug 26, 2014 22:24

Does everyone have the episerver nuget feed installed in the nuget manager? Also make sure you have enabled nuget package restore on the solution-file.

Aug 26, 2014 23:03

Can confirm that it is the missing package source. You can pass a setting file, nuget.config, in your restore command.

nuget.exe restore "Path to Project root" -ConfigFile "nuget.config"

And in your nuget.config

Aug 27, 2014 5:40

Thanks, explicitly calling nuget.exe with the nuget.config as a param seemed to work.

Aug 27, 2014 23:02

Consider it as bit harmful :)

Aug 27, 2014 23:14

I miss Maven.


Aug 27, 2014 23:16

I do not agree Valdis. So he's telling us we're in big trouble with the next release of, where all dependencies are NuGet packages? But I guess some of them will be stored locally in a separate source.

Aug 27, 2014 23:25

I was referring to Restore. Not always, but it may become a bit harmful.

Aug 28, 2014 0:28

And you might get hit by a still travel with them and leave your home at least to get some food :) If it makes your job easier for the moment, I sugest you go with that solution and if things change in the future so do you. :)

Aug 28, 2014 23:42
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