Simple NuGet Server
A very simple NuGet server for my personal use, similar to NuGet.Server but in PHP. Designed for scenarios where a single user (ie. a person or a build server) pushes packages.
- Basic searching and listing of packages
- Pushing via NuGet command line (NuGet.exe)
- Simple set up
- Stores data in SQLite or MySQL database
- Uses a single API key (so not suitable for scenarios where multiple users need to be able to push packages)
For a Debian-based distro (including Ubuntu), installation is something along the lines of what I've written below. Installation using other Linux distributions will vary but it should be pretty similar.
1 - Ensure all dependencies are installed:
- A web server (Nginx, Apache, Cherokee, etc.)
- PHP 5.4+ or HHVM
- SQLite, XML, and Zip extensions (bundled with HHVM, or
apt-get install php5-sqlitefor PHP 5, or
apt-get install php7.0-sqlite php7.0-xml php7.0-zipfor PHP 7)
Note: If using Nginx, please make sure
ngx_http_dav_module is installed. This is required to enable HTTP
2 - Copy app to your server, you could do a Git clone on the server or add it as a Git submodule if adding to a site that's already managed via Git:
cd /var/www git clone https://github.com/Daniel15/simple-nuget-server.git # Make db and packages directories writable chown www-data:www-data db packagefiles chmod 0770 db packagefiles
3 - Copy nginx.conf.example to
/etc/nginx/sites-available/nuget and modify it for your environment:
example.comto your domain name
/var/www/simple-nuget-server/to the checkout directory
- Change "php" to the name of a PHP upstream in your Nginx config. This can be regular PHP 5.4+ or HHVM.
- If hosting as part of another site, prefix everything with a subdirectory and combine the config with your existing site's config (see ReactJS.NET config at the end of this comment)
4 - Edit
inc/config.php and change
ChangeThisKey to a randomly-generated string
5 - Enable the site (if creating a new site)
ln -s /etc/nginx/sites-available/nuget /etc/nginx/sites-enabled/nuget /etc/init.d/nginx reload
6 - Set the API key and test it out. I test using nuget.exe (which is required for pushing)
nuget.exe setApiKey -Source http://example.com/ ChangeThisKey nuget.exe push Foo.nupkg -Source http://example.com/
(if using Mono, run
mono nuget.exe instead)
ReactJS.NET repository at http://reactjs.net/packages/. You can see its Nginx configuration at https://github.com/reactjs/React.NET/blob/master/site/nginx.conf
(The MIT licence)
Copyright (C) 2014 Daniel Lo Nigro (Daniel15)
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