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NuGet is the package and dependency manager for the Microsoft development platform including .NET.

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There is no versioning hell. This is specifically the goal of NuGet: the different versions of the same package can be installed side by side. The only limitation is that you can't reference …
answered Nov 18 '16 by Arseni Mourzenko
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The issue you are encountering is weird. You may check twice the way NuGet dependencies are stored in source control. What may help is: To use one solution instead of several ones. Unless there … a form of a NuGet package and to let NuGet handle the dependencies. If you work on closed source software, you can set up your private NuGet server for that. Agreeing on common versions of third …
answered May 1 '15 by Arseni Mourzenko
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I would like to be able to have any changes pushed to C trigger a nuget update and build of B and then A. I wouldn't. When you change C, you shouldn't care about B or A, since those are not …
answered Nov 27 '16 by Arseni Mourzenko