Incorrect log4net version in chocolatey.lib dependencies #390
I have been building from source while testing usage of chocolatey.dll. I am able to call into it with no issue. Today I updated my build script to pull the dll from nuget.org. My script copies the chocolatey assembly along with the log4net assembly to my app directory. Now trying to instantiate types declared in the chocolatey dll yields exceptions complaining that it cannot find log4net v 18.104.22.168 which is indeed what the chocolatey assembly is compiled with. However, the chocolatey.lib nuspec declares its dependency against 1.2.10.
* master: (61 commits) (version) 0.9.10-beta1 (doc) update release notes/nuspec for 0.9.10 (GH-431) Changed Count to ListCount. Added xml docs to List and ListCount. (GH-431) Add Count to IListCommand Uses the IQueryable changes to add an efficient count for retrieving the number of results that would be returned by a list, usually in a much faster, more efficient way. (GH-431) Update Nuget List to use IQueryable as far down as makes sense. Updated Nuget List to attempt to use IQueryable all the way down for queries executed against service based repositories. This allows chocolatey to defer filtering, sorting, and paging to the server rather than the client. Reverts back to the old logic, though, for everything else. (GH-433) Externalize some more package information. Externalizes more package information that was available through the API as properties, but were marked internal. Allows full access to all Package information. (GH-427) Add paging to ListCommand (GH-71) Add priority property to ChocolateySource (GH-416) Named arguments issue after merge (GH-363) Show human-readable file sizes when downloading (GH-392) pass 4.0 reference assemblies to ilmerge (GH-390) Fix log4net dependency version in nuspec (maint) registry specs are Windows only (maint) define windows only tests (doc) update changelog (version) 0.9.10-alpha series (GH-14) Throw when windowsfeature is not plural (GH-14) Log source type evaluated (maint) removing unused variable (GH-14) Allow alternative sources to interact ...