We are happy to announce an update to the NuGet client that comes bundled with Visual Studio 2017 version 15.3 RTW and .NET Core 2.0 SDK. This release introduces support for new scenarios such as .NET Core 2.0/.NET Standard 2.0, some new features,
Today we are releasing an update to the NuGet.Server package. The purpose of this update is to address a bug that enabled NuGet.Server to be installed on projects that target .NET Framework versions less than 4.6.
Previously, there was a bug in NuGet.Server 2.11.2 (3257,
NuGet 4.0 RC for Visual Studio 2017 is focused on adding support for .NET Core scenarios, addressing key customer feedback and improving performance in a variety of scenarios. This release brings several improvements like support for PackageReference, NuGet commands as MSBuild targets,
NuGet 3.5 RTM for Visual Studio 2015 and nuget.exe provide quality improvements, performance improvements, features and new target frameworks like netstandard and netcoreapp.
All NuGet downloads are available on https://nuget.org/downloads. NuGet.exe 3.5 RTM is not marked as the latest yet in the download page or uploaded as a package,
NuGet 3.5 Beta 2 for Visual Studio 2015, nuget.exe and NuGet 2.12 RTM for Visual Studio 2013 releases provide quality improvements, performance improvements, .NET Core CLI support, and new target frameworks like netstandard and netcoreapp for our users.
All NuGet downloads are available on http://nuget.org/downloads.
Today, we are releasing the 3.4.3 RTM version of the NuGet Visual Studio 2015 extension and the Windows x86 commandline executable. We continue to heavily invest in improving the quality of NuGet scenarios in Visual Studio and commandline. The complete list of issues fixed in this version is available on GitHub.
We have listened to the feedback from the community, and we have tried our very best to turn around quickly and address this feedback. Our primary focus for 3.4.2 have been around improving the quality and performance of the product.
The complete list of issues fixed in this version is available on GitHub.
The NuGet team is happy to introduce version 3.4 and 3.4.1 of the NuGet clients for Visual Studio 2015. We shipped v3.4 with Visual Studio 2015 Update 2 and immediately followed that with the 3.4.1 release to address a small set of issues that were identified after Visual Studio bundled the NuGet 3.4 release.
After several months of measuring, tuning, and testing, the NuGet team would like to announce version 3.4 RC of the NuGet clients for Visual Studio 2015 and the command-line. There were three main areas that the team focused on for this version:
Improved Performance in Visual Studio
Minor user-interface improvements
We think you’ll find these updates a welcome change that improves your day-to-day interactions with NuGet packages.
Big news: a new version of the NuGet clients has been released! This is version 3.3 of the client, with a new command-line and Visual Studio 2015 extension available for use. Use the above links to download from the NuGet distribution site,