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parser should detect missing comma between install settings #1129

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Thorium opened this Issue Oct 12, 2015 · 6 comments

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Paket is copying / creating extra files, from package's content -folder to project's root folder.
Is this really wanted behavior?

How to reproduce:
I create a new folder and add paket.bootstrapper.exe and this paket.dependencies to the folder:

source https://www.nuget.org/api/v2

nuget ABCpdf 10.1.0.3 framework: >= net40
nuget log4net 2.0.0
nuget Oracle.ManagedDataAccess framework: >= net40

Now, under that folder I create a new project called ConsoleApplication1. I also copy to this the project folder this file, paket.references:

ABCpdf
log4net
Oracle.ManagedDataAccess

Then I run paket.bootstrapper.exe to get the latest version of paket.exe (in my case it was 2.12.0.0). Then I run paket install
What happens is that under my ConsoleApplication1 are new files of ABCpdf.chm (5 megabytes binary, not very happy to add this to git) and net40*.xdt files.

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You can disable this with content:none option.

That said: what else would you suggest.
On Oct 12, 2015 14:20, "Tuomas Hietanen" notifications@github.com wrote:

Paket is copying / creating extra files, from package's content -folder to
project's root folder.
Is this really wanted behavior?

How to reproduce:
I create a new folder and add paket.bootstrapper.exe and this
paket.dependencies to the folder:

source https://www.nuget.org/api/v2

nuget ABCpdf 10.1.0.3 framework: >= net40
nuget log4net 2.0.0
nuget Oracle.ManagedDataAccess framework: >= net40

Now, under that folder I create a new project called ConsoleApplication1.
I also copy to this the project folder this file, paket.references:

ABCpdf
log4net
Oracle.ManagedDataAccess

Then I run paket.bootstrapper.exe to get the latest version of paket.exe
(in my case it was 2.12.0.0). Then I run paket install
What happens is that under my ConsoleApplication1 are new files of
ABCpdf.chm (5 megabytes binary, not very happy to add this to git) and
net40*.xdt files.


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forki commented Oct 12, 2015

You can disable this with content:none option.

That said: what else would you suggest.
On Oct 12, 2015 14:20, "Tuomas Hietanen" notifications@github.com wrote:

Paket is copying / creating extra files, from package's content -folder to
project's root folder.
Is this really wanted behavior?

How to reproduce:
I create a new folder and add paket.bootstrapper.exe and this
paket.dependencies to the folder:

source https://www.nuget.org/api/v2

nuget ABCpdf 10.1.0.3 framework: >= net40
nuget log4net 2.0.0
nuget Oracle.ManagedDataAccess framework: >= net40

Now, under that folder I create a new project called ConsoleApplication1.
I also copy to this the project folder this file, paket.references:

ABCpdf
log4net
Oracle.ManagedDataAccess

Then I run paket.bootstrapper.exe to get the latest version of paket.exe
(in my case it was 2.12.0.0). Then I run paket install
What happens is that under my ConsoleApplication1 are new files of
ABCpdf.chm (5 megabytes binary, not very happy to add this to git) and
net40*.xdt files.


Reply to this email directly or view it on GitHub
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So should this paket.dependencies help?

source https://www.nuget.org/api/v2

nuget ABCpdf 10.1.0.3 framework: >= net40 content: none
nuget log4net 2.0.0
nuget Oracle.ManagedDataAccess framework: >= net40 content: none

It doesn't...

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Thorium commented Oct 12, 2015

So should this paket.dependencies help?

source https://www.nuget.org/api/v2

nuget ABCpdf 10.1.0.3 framework: >= net40 content: none
nuget log4net 2.0.0
nuget Oracle.ManagedDataAccess framework: >= net40 content: none

It doesn't...

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source https://www.nuget.org/api/v2

nuget ABCpdf 10.1.0.3 framework: >= net40, content: none
nuget log4net 2.0.0
nuget Oracle.ManagedDataAccess framework: >= net40, content: none

works.

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source https://www.nuget.org/api/v2

nuget ABCpdf 10.1.0.3 framework: >= net40, content: none
nuget log4net 2.0.0
nuget Oracle.ManagedDataAccess framework: >= net40, content: none

works.

@forki forki changed the title from Paket is copying / creating extra files, from package's content -folder to project's root folder. to parser should detect missing comma between install settings Oct 12, 2015

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I changed the title to reflect the bug in install settings

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forki commented Oct 12, 2015

I changed the title to reflect the bug in install settings

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Thanks!

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Thanks!

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