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Deleting build should delete its NuGet packages from feeds #1375

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FeodorFitsner opened this Issue Mar 9, 2017 · 4 comments

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+100. I sometimes get my build number wrong, that pushes a nuget on the project wrong. I can delete the build, and it doesn't mess the UI anymore, but i'm left with the overhanging nuget package in the project feed. Only alternative I know of is to delete and recreate the project, but then i lose all build history.

serialseb commented Mar 9, 2017

+100. I sometimes get my build number wrong, that pushes a nuget on the project wrong. I can delete the build, and it doesn't mess the UI anymore, but i'm left with the overhanging nuget package in the project feed. Only alternative I know of is to delete and recreate the project, but then i lose all build history.

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serialseb Mar 11, 2017

@cmager thanks for the pointer. As you can see from above, I was referring to the package feed, not the account one, and the comand line doesn't help for that one. Deleting a build should delete the associated package in the project feed, and maybe from the account feed too.

serialseb commented Mar 11, 2017

@cmager thanks for the pointer. As you can see from above, I was referring to the package feed, not the account one, and the comand line doesn't help for that one. Deleting a build should delete the associated package in the project feed, and maybe from the account feed too.

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@serialseb ah, oops! I hadn't even appreciated there were two feeds, I'd only used my account feed (and had deleted a build from that). If it's not possible to delete off the project feed, then I agree with your comments.

csmager commented Mar 11, 2017

@serialseb ah, oops! I hadn't even appreciated there were two feeds, I'd only used my account feed (and had deleted a build from that). If it's not possible to delete off the project feed, then I agree with your comments.

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