Terje Sandstrom

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NUGET The current version 1.2 of the NuGet adapters for NUnit works with the VS 2015 Preview (and earlier CTPs). You can find them here: http://www.nuget.org/packag... and with framework: http://www.nuget.org/packag... Add one of these to your solution and it works without having the VSIX installed, both for VS2015 and for TFS build, including VSO build. Note that you only need to add one of these to one of your projects in the solution. The use of ......

The .gitignore file contains rules for what files and folders to exclude from git source control. When you use NuGet you don’t want the binaries retrieved by NuGet to be included into your git repository. The binaries (and other files) from a NuGet package is downloaded into a folder named packages by default. You need to add some rules to the gitignore file to exclude this folder from the repository. Visual Studio comes with a standard gitignore file. Althought this file contains a Nuget section, ......

Download tool Updated 3.July 2014: Corrected pattern for NuGet, details in this blogpost. (IFix is in progress to be updated too, version 1.1 will have these fixes) Is there anything wrong with the built-in Visual Studio gitignore ???? Yes, there is ! First, some background: When you set up a git repo, it should be small and not contain anything not really needed. One thing you should not have in your git repo is binary files. These binary files may come from two sources, one is the output files, ......

Download tool In version 2.7 of NuGet automatic nuget restore was introduced, meaning you no longer need to distort your msbuild project files with nuget target information. Visual Studio and TFS 2013 build have this enabled by default. However, if your project was created before this was introduced, and/or if you have used the “Enable NuGet Package Restore” afterwards, you now have a series of unwanted things in your projects, and a series of project files that have been modified – and – you no ......