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Designate nuget source for dotnet tool install commands #15477

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pdevito3 opened this issue Jan 24, 2021 · 2 comments
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Designate nuget source for dotnet tool install commands #15477

pdevito3 opened this issue Jan 24, 2021 · 2 comments

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@pdevito3
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Currently, if I have private nuget sources, I need to disable them before I can install a public facing dotnet tool. I'd like to request a feature, like dotnet new --nuget-source for dotnet install tool. Something like the below:

dotnet tool install -g craftsman --nuget-source https://api.nuget.org/v3/index.json

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I couldn't figure out the best area label to add to this issue. If you have write-permissions please help me learn by adding exactly one area label.

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The add source argument doesn't cover that need?

--add-source

Adds an additional NuGet package source to use during installation. Feeds are accessed in parallel, not sequentially in some order of precedence. If the same package and version is in multiple feeds, the fastest feed wins. For more information, see What happens when a NuGet package is installed?.

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