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dependency groups #1544

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zivkan opened this issue Jul 17, 2019 — with docs.microsoft.com · 2 comments

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commented Jul 17, 2019 — with docs.microsoft.com

This page should also document how to create a different dependency group for each TFM. The info already exists in the nuspec reference, but should also be here since it's so important and related to multitargeting packages.


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commented Aug 14, 2019

@zivkan To avoid duplicating content, it might be best to either put this content inside of an INCLUDE or create a new section and just link to the sub-section in the .nuspec doc. Should this new section in multi-targeting doc be called "Grouping assemblies by TFM"?

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commented Aug 14, 2019 — with docs.microsoft.com

Technically most of the information on this page is duplicated elsewhere, but here it's focused on a specific scenario rather than listing all the features. Avoiding duplication is good, but simply linking to other docs, I worry that it will increase the barrier for customers to understand quickly how to achieve what they want.

Anyway, if adding a new section on this page, I think "Declaring dependencies" is a good name. In the context of a package, when someone says assemblies, I think of the files in the lib/ or ref/, or runtimes/<rid>/lib/ folders.

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