NuGet Package Manager

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A collection of tools to automate the process of downloading, installing, upgrading, configuring, and removing packages from a VS Project.

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Visual Studio
2012, 2010
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by CombustibleLemon | February 05 2015

by NeoN_Roma | February 02 2015

Hello! I want to request some features:
1. Recent packages. Every time I want to use some package, I need to search it.
2. Favorite packages.
3. Cache packages for pc. It will encrese the download speed. Why I should download it every time for different solutions?

by Michael Obermeyer | December 10 2014

by Rob Prouse | December 04 2014

Still not perfect, but I don't know how I developed before I had NuGet. I never want to go back to a system where I need to manage packages and dependencies myself...

by mkiessli | December 01 2014

Piece of crap..

When a app tosses errors on missing files, (which the app should never allow users to remove and in this case the moron developer lets you do so within the app...), rather than fix or replace them.

This behavior clearly shows signs of a developer/team who should be working at McDonald's and not writing software.

What exactly are you dip shits thinking? This is Development 101 stuff that is breaking.

I wish I could give it less than 1 star

Hey Microsoft, ever heard the phrase 'Too many cooks in the kitchen'?

Probably not, let me translate that for you : 'Too many morons working in your development departments'?

Once again Microsoft shows us that it hires complete fuck-ups...

by Bigyemz | November 26 2014

by meamdarealman | October 25 2014

Sorting the packages by name is a completely useless feature without the ability to also select a beginning letter. That's the definition of lack of attention to detail. If I wanted to look for something that starts with the letter P, I could easily have to page 1,000 times before I get to the letter P (regardless of the order).

by Josh Garverick | October 23 2014

I've been using this since its inception and honestly don't know how I managed to develop without it. This provides a clean and simple way to add libraries to a project/solution, as well as allowing a developer or team of developers to pull from a common, internal repo for proprietary libraries.

by BoodahBellie | October 15 2014

Every time I try to install the new update (2.8.50313.31), VSIX installer crashes 2 seconds in.

by J.Verdurmen | August 29 2014

It don't understand why this extension is updated so much.

The GUI is confusing to work with, and the restore is not always working smoothly.

But I'm exited with the vNext improvements!

by BeauWxx | August 25 2014

I really dislike it. The UI is missing basic features, and the overall experience of using NuGet is awkward, slow, and disjointed.

by Fabian Gonzalez Coto | August 05 2014

Herramienta muy útil, pero para utilizar con cuidado ;)

by fokytapia | July 29 2014

by Andrea Dottor [MVP] | July 25 2014

by BillW33 | July 02 2014

This has worked very well for me in VS 2013.

by Ricky_Brundritt | June 30 2014

Great tool.

by Anthony Caragol | June 12 2014

by Robin Ainscough | June 05 2014

This "product" is pure garbage! Stay far far far away from it.

1. Updates that fail regularly leaving one's projects in a mess
2. Requires PowerShell to have elevated privileges and if it doesn't it will fail
3. Is unaware of existing project "Target Frameworks" and will update to a version that is NOT compatible
4. Breaking changes
5. Is typical Microsoft junk who have NO concern of ROI
6. Is supposed to make "development" easier but has the OPPOSITE effect
7. Seems completely unaware of TFS and multi-developer projects

I feel sorry for any that has used this pile of unprofessional junk.


by Fabrice JEAN-FRANCOIS | Sat 7:42 AM

More than a requirement for VS ;-)

by chriga | May 22 2014

A great tool that allows easily to set and manage dependencies to other projects.

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