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Some packages incorrectly shown as "Unlisted" under Manage My Packages #571

mgravell opened this Issue Aug 14, 2012 · 4 comments


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Under /account/Packages, some of my packages are incorrectly shown as "Unlisted Packages". This is incorrect; they are listed and work fine from the nuget client.

For clarity, there is a mixture of listed and unlisted versions for these packages, but that is also the case for some of the packages that show as published, so that is not a distinguishing feature.

Illustration: http://twitpic.com/ajaedk

Note that BookSleeve and FastMember show as Unlisted. Both have current and active published versions, and both work from the nuget client.

Fodsuk commented Nov 25, 2012

Same issue for me.

@ghost ghost assigned bhuvak Feb 28, 2013


anurse commented Feb 28, 2013

@bhuvak is going to take a look at some various cases to narrow down a repro and we'll look in to fixing this.

Ping me if you want a repro, I own several packages. All pacakges in my 'listed' category have all versions of the package listed (except one odd-man-out). All packages in the 'unlisted' category have at least one unlisted version.

I've got the same issue on my side. First release of a package was unlisted, subsequent packages are listed.

Expected behaviour: If I list at least one of the released packages, the package should not appear in the Unlisted Packages list. If I choose to "hide" the package by unlisting all versions, only then should I see it in the Unlisted Packages category.

Actual behaviour: I need to list all packages, which is not desirable.

These package IDs are a good example:

  • Code52.i18n.MVC3
  • Code52.i18n.MVC3.Sample.Razor
  • Code52.i18n.MVC4
  • Code52.i18n.MVC4.Sample.Razor

Let me know if you need any more info.

@skofman1 skofman1 closed this Dec 30, 2016

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