After NuGet 2.7 was released with Automatic Package Restore and implicit consent, some users reported that they were still seeing build errors indicating that package restore consent had not been given. When we made the package restore changes in NuGet 2.7,
In our next deployment, which is scheduled for the week of August 26th, 2013, we have added the ability to edit package metadata at any point in time before or after publishing the package. This has been one of the frequent requests from package authors.
The NuGet team is excited to announce that NuGet 2.7 is now released in stable form. We published the release candidate on August 14th and we have not made any changes since then. For details about what’s in the release, the release notes are published on docs.nuget.org.
Twelve weeks ago, Microsoft’s Azure Applications Platform & Tools team welcomed three 2nd-year college students, Jaspreet Bagga, Jeremiah Jekich, and Melissa McNeill, and gave them an opportunity to contribute to NuGet.
Discovering NuGet packages can be a daunting process.
The NuGet 2.7 Release Candidate is now available, with an expected release before the end of August.
Download: Visual Studio Extensions and NuGet.exe Command-Line
All Work Items for the Release
Work Items Being Tested
If you encounter any problems with NuGet 2.7,