Cache which source contains versions in GetVersions #1327

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forki commented Dec 23, 2015

This is should improve the second update run since we cache if a nuget feed doesn't have versions for a given package. It should be a good alternative to #1320
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@forki forki changed the title from Cache which source contains versions in GetVersions - references #1320 to Cache which source contains versions in GetVersions Dec 23, 2015

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This cut the paket update time in half to about 25 seconds my project that I was using in #1317. How does caching the sources work? What happens when you add the same package to another feed? That was a common scenario an my previous employer.

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This cut the paket update time in half to about 25 seconds my project that I was using in #1317. How does caching the sources work? What happens when you add the same package to another feed? That was a common scenario an my previous employer.

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Just run "paket update -f" and it will find that new package on all feeds.
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This cut the paket update time in half to about 25 seconds my project
that I was using in #1317
#1317. How does caching the
sources work? What happens when you add the same package to another feed?
That was a common scenario an my previous employer.


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forki commented Dec 23, 2015

Just run "paket update -f" and it will find that new package on all feeds.
On Dec 23, 2015 10:29 PM, "Cameron Taggart" notifications@github.com
wrote:

This cut the paket update time in half to about 25 seconds my project
that I was using in #1317
#1317. How does caching the
sources work? What happens when you add the same package to another feed?
That was a common scenario an my previous employer.


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