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nuget -install & package validation #131

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filipw commented Mar 16, 2013

Usage:

  • scriptcs -install - installs (with dependencies) from packages.config
  • scriptcs -install {packagename} - installs single package

Validation:

  • if no packages.config present - on start we load all .NET 4+ packages from /packages
  • if packages.config present - on start we recursively validate all packages from there & dependencies, and if some are missing, we notify user and don't start

Package sources:

  • by default we look into appdata for nuget.config (same as VS). If it's there, use package feeds from there to get packages
  • if there is a nuget.config inside the current folder, it takes precedence
  • if no nuget.config in either appdata or current folder we use https://nuget.org/api/v2/
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Forgot to reference the issue - this fixes #49

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filipw commented Mar 16, 2013

Forgot to reference the issue - this fixes #49

Merge #130
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	src/ScriptCs/Program.cs

jrusbatch added a commit that referenced this pull request Mar 20, 2013

Merge pull request #131 from filipw/dev
nuget -install & package validation

@jrusbatch jrusbatch merged commit 7198888 into scriptcs:dev Mar 20, 2013

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ztone pushed a commit to ztone/scriptcs that referenced this pull request May 4, 2014

Merge pull request scriptcs#131 from filipw/dev
nuget -install & package validation
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