We want to continue our discussion of the recent changes made to the NuGet experience with the v3 releases, and in this second blog post of the series we are going to focus on the user interface updates that were made for Visual Studio 2015. I touched on it briefly in our last blog post about What and Why, but this time lets go a little deeper
Today we are releasing nuget.exe 3.2.1-RC and NuGet 2.9-RC. A number of issues were identified in both versions that prevented interoperability on Linux and OSX operating systems. We also made some fixes to 3.2 in order to reduce network utilization. Changes Below are the top highlights of these releases 2.9-RC The complete 2.9 issue
Since Visual Studio 2015 was released in July, developers have started using a new version of NuGet, NuGet 3 We decided to introduce a number of significant changes based on feedback from the community. With any major version change, some things break… and usually for a good reason. We have bugs and issues that we are addressing and want to
The NuGet community is awesome; involved and eager to build software to make it easy for use in bigger projects that the components and libraries that they themselves are building. Every now and again, community members can get a little too eager. This post is going to address a recent issue that was presented to the NuGet.org administrators.