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nuGet error - 1.0.0-* is not a valid version string #3070

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mlorbetske opened this Issue Jun 30, 2016 · 5 comments

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mlorbetske commented Jun 30, 2016

Originally at aspnet/Tooling#604

Steps to reproduce:

  1. Add the following line in tools section of project.json.
    "tools": {
    ...
    "Microsoft.AspNetCore.Razor.Tools":"1.0.0-*",

Tools->NuGet package manager->Mange NuGet packages for Solution. ![nuget_error](https://cloud.githubusercontent.com/assets/6814395/16226102/79640f8a-37dc-11e6-8353-54dd7ea8059c.pn
Only in 'tools' section version string like "1.0.0-*" has this issue.

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Are you using nuget 3.5.0-beta2 out older version? Which one?

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rrelyea commented Jun 30, 2016

Are you using nuget 3.5.0-beta2 out older version? Which one?

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mlorbetske commented Jun 30, 2016

/cc @xatabhk

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johnkattenhorn Jul 1, 2016

We are getting this issue, just installed 3.5.0-beta2, effecting Add-Bindings and Update-Database commands from package manager

johnkattenhorn commented Jul 1, 2016

We are getting this issue, just installed 3.5.0-beta2, effecting Add-Bindings and Update-Database commands from package manager

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Looks like the original image link is broken. I think it should be:

nuget_error

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joelverhagen commented Jul 7, 2016

Looks like the original image link is broken. I think it should be:

nuget_error

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mlorbetske Jul 8, 2016

Probably related to #3095 as well (where it's manifesting in the test explorer output)

mlorbetske commented Jul 8, 2016

Probably related to #3095 as well (where it's manifesting in the test explorer output)

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